BEIJING (Reuters) – Chinese regulators said on Saturday that Tesla Ink “remembers the” software upgrade “of Chinese-made and imported Model 3 and Model Y cars.
According to the regional administration’s market regulation website, the move is linked to the use of electric vehicles, which is currently causing accidents that can be triggered by accident.
Remote Online Software “Remember” – the first for Tesla cars built in China – covers 249,855 Model 3 and Model Y cars made in China and 35,665 Model 3 cars imported.
Tesla, which currently manufactures Model 3 sedans and Model E sports-utility vehicles in Shanghai, sold 33,463 Chinese-made electric cars in May, according to industry data.
(Reported by Bailey Sun and Tony Munro, edited by William Mallard and Kenneth Maxwell)