More than 435,000 Teslas will be recalled in China, and software updates will fix the problem.
There has been a software defect in 142,277 Model 3 sedans and 292,855 Model Y crossovers preventing the taillights from lighting up properly, according to the China State Market Regulation Administration. Drivers are at risk, regulators say.
The company already recalled more than 321,000 cars in the U.S. in mid-November due to a similar software glitch that can cause some cars’ taillights to turn off intermittently.
In the current year, Tesla has issued 20 recalls.
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