Market regulator reveals Tesla may soon recall over 3000 Model X vehicles from China

Market regulator reveals Tesla may soon recall over 3000 Model X vehicles from China

- A market regulator has announced the possible recall of 3183 Tesla vehicles from China

- This comes after news of challenges with steering possibly leading to crashes became public

- Affected vehicles include all those manufactured in 2016 from June

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Car manufacturer, Tesla Inc, is likely to recall 3,183 cars from China, a market regulator has announced.

This follows news of a potential issue that could interfere with steering by making it harder.

Per a report by Reuters, it could also lead to an increase in the risk of a crash, the regulator revealed.

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The State Administration for Market Regulation has meanwhile indicated that Tesla would recall the sport-utility vehicles made in 2016 from June 2020.

In other news, Rwanda, a central African country, is on record as the first to produce cell phones in the continent in October 2019.

Information available shows that the gadgets produced come with higher-end options such as fingerprint sensors that assist with unlocking the phone.

Such a feature is one that several phones used in the continent lack and this comes not only as a push for technology but for high quality as well.

Rwanda, per a report by fortune.com, has challenged the status quo by overcoming the challenges associated with the 1994 genocide.

Rebranding itself as a technology hub, its capital, Kigali, has become the home of a number of incubators.

Rwanda’s minister of technology, Paula Ingabire, has explained that “It boils right down to our turbulent past being left without anything, and the use of ashes as a development instrument for cohesion.”

Africa’s technological space is enjoying growing support from foreign countries in recent times. American financial services cooperation, Visa, invested $200 million in Interswitch, a Nigerian bills company.

Microsoft has also opened places of work in Kenya and Nigeria for engineers running on synthetic intelligence, system studying, and combined fact.

This came a month after Google opened an artificial intelligence laboratory in Ghana.

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