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German regulators announced a recall on 59,000 Teslas on Sunday after reportedly discovering a "software glitch" in the vehicles.
The recall pertains to Tesla models Y and 3, though it is unclear how many of the 59,000 affected vehicles are registered in Germany, according to Reuters. The country's road traffic agency says the glitch impacts the car's ability to contact first responders in the event of a serious accident.
The recall is only the most recent in a spate of tech issues for Tesla this year. Musk's company has had to recall more than 700,000 vehicles since April, many of them more than once.
The green energy company hasn't been the only car manufacturer to suffer large recalls, however. Ford announced a recall of 350,000 of its vehicles in mid-May.
TESLA RECALLS 130K VEHICLES DUE TO OVERHEATING TOUCHSCREENS