Starting from May 23, 2022, Tesla will recall some Chinese-made Model 3 and Model Y electric vehicles produced from October 19, 2021 to April 26, 2022, totaling 107,293 vehicles.
The Beijing and Shanghai branches of American electric vehicle maker Tesla filed a recall plan with China's state regulator a few days ago, involving 127,785 imported and domestically manufactured Model 3s.
China's State Administration for Market Regulation (SAMR) issued an announcement on Friday indicating that in 2021, there were a total of 8.736 million recalled vehicles in the country, up 28.8% annually.
The United States' NHTSA said on Tuesday that robotaxi startup Pony.ai has agreed to recall some versions of its autonomous driving software due to an accident last year.
According to the recall announcement of the Chinese State Administration for Market Regulation on Friday, BMW Brilliance Automotive Ltd. (BBA) recalled 1,974 domestic iX3 electric vehicles starting December 24.
Tesla is replacing repeater cameras in the front fenders of at least several hundred Model S, X and 3 vehicles made in Fremont, California, although the company has not yet initiated a voluntary recall.