Tesla Inc. has earned back half the points it lost in Consumer? Reports' vehicle rankings after deploying automatic emergency braking to its recently built electric vehicles.

The carmaker, whose newer models were originally released without functioning automatic emergency-braking systems, has clawed back one point on both the Model S and Model X after losing two each in April. The scores, based on a 100-point scale, could rise further if the updated braking system becomes operational at highway speeds like in earlier models, Consumer? Reports said.

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Consumer Reports Love Affair With Tesla Warms Back Up After Software Upgrade

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