Tesla recalls more than 15,000 Australian electric vehicles over faulty tail lights

Model 3 and Model Y light issue can be fixed with software update but leads to EV manufacturer’s third recall in Australia this month

More than 15,000 Tesla electric vehicles are being recalled in Australia over faulty rear lights that authorities warned “could increase the risk of an accident causing serious injury or death”.

The recall, issued late on Thursday, affects 15,914 Tesla Model 3 and Model Y vehicles in Australia sold in 2022.

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