There has been a fresh petition submitted to the Office of Defects Investigation (ODI).to what end?

requesting a reconsideration of the rejection in order to look at Tesla vehicle sudden unexpected acceleration (SUA).

According to the petition, negative spikes in the low-voltage system could be brought on by an unreliable inverter design.

 It can be misunderstood as a command for complete acceleration.

Ronald A. Belt is the person in charge of the new petition.

He contends that this fault in the architecture may account for how Tesla cars accelerate without the driver pressing the accelerator.

Belt speculates that the events may have been brought on by sporadic, high electrical current demands on the cars' 12VDC systems.

Incorrect calibration voltages from the inverter could cause unexpectedly abrupt acceleration.