As announced on Thursday by the central government’s market regulator, Tesla has recalled 734 units of their 2019 make, Model 3 cars that were shipped to China.
Over the last several months, the company has been scrutinised due to repeated consumer and media reports of either seatbelt, break or tyre related issues, causing accidents and collisions.
Tesla has also made a statement saying that it will notify said car owners and will also not charge for the inspections or repair.
After falling 3% on Wednesday’s trading session, Tesla recorded a comparatively lower share value in their after-hour trading sessions in New York.
After being imported to China since last year, Elon Musk’s automaker’s Model 3 car, was ranked amongst the top three electric cars in Mainland China.
However, the recent announcement for the recall of over 700 units of the Model 3 car, has added to the tens of thousands of cars that the company has had to recall over the last several months from the US and China.
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