The German government recalls 59,000 Teslas due to a global software glitch

After discovering a "software glitch" in a Tesla, German regulators recalled 59,000 models on Sunday. Reuters reports that, among the 59,000 affected vehicles, 59,000 are registered in Germany.

A serious accident is prevented by the glitch, according to the country's road traffic agency. Several tech issues have plagued Tesla this year, including the recall.

More than 700,000 vehicles have been recalled by Musk since April, and many of them have been recalled more than once.

There have been other auto manufacturers affected by large recalls, including the green energy company. During the middle of May, Ford announced a recall of 350,000 vehicles.

Ford Expeditions and Lincoln Navigators 2021, even when turned off, are prone to starting on fire.

"Underhood fires are common in these vehicles, including while the vehicle is parked or off," Ford stated in a statement at the time.

"The cause of the issue has not yet been determined by Ford, which began investigating it on March 24, 2022 Apparently, the incidents occurred near the passenger side of the engine compartment."