Tesla recalls more than 400,000 cars sold in China

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US electric vehicle manufacturer Tesla has recalled 435,132 “Model 3” and “Model Y” electric cars exported to China due to a software bug that caused the taillights to fail.

China’s State Administration for Market Regulation announced that a bug in the firmware caused the taillights to remain off when the vehicles were first started, which could pose a collision risk in dark conditions.

According to the statement, the company has recalled 142,277 Model 3s manufactured between December 27, 2020 and November 7, 2022, and 292,855 Model Ys manufactured between January 1, 2021 and November 11, 2022, and will update the software.



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