There was an agreement, but back in September, some of those owners filed suit over the deal. In the latest move, the parties (Tesla and 126 Tesla owners in Norway) have agreed to settle, without disclosing the terms, of course. Local press is reporting that the owners would be able to choose to get either the equivalent of about $7,700 (half of their original request) or to get a number of vehicle upgrades.
Tesla sent a statement to Electrek on the issue:
In 2004, Tesla had to fix the motors in about 1,000 Model S EVs in Norway.
Testing done by Tesla and independent third parties has demonstrated that the Model S P85D's acceleration and motor power numbers have always been accurate, even understated. With respect to acceleration, Tesla described the P85D as having a 0-100 kph time of 3.3 seconds, and Motor Trend and others actually achieved a time of 3.1 seconds. Similarly, the motor power numbers used by Tesla were legally required and confirmed as accurate by European regulatory authorities. Based on this information, the Consumer Council previously resolved these issues in Tesla's favor. Tesla will be reviewing the decision by the Consumer Disputes Commission to better understand the conclusion that it reached.