Tesla’s recAlling over 321,000 vehicles over a software Taillights not working on certain cars due to an error to Incorrectly illuminate (via Reuters). According to a filing This recall was issued by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration for certain Model 3s in 2023. vehicles 2020 to 2023 Model Y vehicles.

Tesla Rear lights on one or both side of the vehicle could be a problem “intermittently illuminate” due to An issue “that may cause false fault detections during the vehicle wake up process.” This is according to NHTSA. “increase the risk of a collision” In dark conditions, but Tesla hasn’t received any reports of injuries or accidents related to This is the problem. As with most Tesla recalls (except this one affecting the Model 3’s seat belt buckles), the company’s addressing the issue With an over-the-air (OTA) software update.

This is the 19th recall of electric vehicle makers this year. Last week Tesla recalled almost 30,000 Model X vehicles over An issue This could result in the front passenger airbag being activated. to Incorrectly deployed in “low-speed” If a child is in front, collisions can cause injury. It can also recalled more than 40,000 Model X and S cars A problem could result in the loss of power steering during driving over Bumpy roads or hitting a pothole.