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Tesla Recalls Nearly 50,000 Cars in China

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Oct. 27, 2020—Tesla is recalling 48,442 units of its Model S and Model X electric vehicles due to potentially unsafe suspension. 

The China State Administration for Market Regulation announced the recall last Thursday, and has ordered Tesla to replace the suspension with improved parts at no cost to owners, reports CNBC

The vehicles under recall were manufactured in the U.S. and then sold in China. 

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