Tesla, the US automaker, has recalled over 1.1 million units of its Model S, Model X, Model 3, and Model Y cars in China due to a braking issue. The recall applies to both imported and China-made vehicles.
Over-The-Air Software Updates
According to the Chinese market regulator, Tesla will issue over-the-air software updates to all affected vehicles. The recall comes after the regulator conducted an investigation into the braking systems of the cars, which reportedly caused accidents and collisions.
Impacts on Tesla
This recall is the largest ever faced by Tesla in China and could have significant impacts on the company’s reputation in the country. The company has recently faced scrutiny from Chinese regulators over safety concerns and customer complaints.
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Tesla, the US-based electric vehicle (EV) manufacturer, has announced that it will recall over 1.1 million units of its Model S, Model X, Model 3, and Model Y cars in China due to a braking issue. The recall will affect both imported and China-made vehicles. The Chinese market regulator has stated that Tesla will issue over-the-air software updates to rectify the issue.
Details of the Recall:
The recall comes after the State Administration for Market Regulation (SAMR) received complaints from Tesla car owners about abnormal vehicle acceleration and incidents related to brake failure. In response, Tesla has stated that it has not received any reports of accidents or injuries related to the issue.
According to the SAMR, the recall covers all Model S sedans produced between September 2013 and January 2018, all Model X SUVs produced between March 2016 and January 2018, all Model 3 sedans produced between May 2019 and December 2020, and all Model Y SUVs produced between January 2020 and December 2020.
Tesla has stated that it will proactively cooperate with the SAMR to carry out the recall, which is the largest ever in China’s EV market. The company has also stated that it will take full responsibility for its products and customers in China and will continue to improve its after-sales services in the country.
The recall of over 1.1 million Tesla EVs in China due to a braking issue is a significant setback for the US automaker, which has been trying to expand its presence in the Chinese market. The recall highlights the importance of ensuring the safety and reliability of EVs, which are becoming increasingly popular around the world. It also highlights the need for automakers to be proactive in addressing issues related to their products and to work closely with regulators to ensure the safety of their customers.
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