Tesla to recall 285,000 cars in China and fix cruise control

Tesla is recalling about 285,000 electric vehicles in China because of a problem with the cruise-control function. Chinese authorities said Saturday that cruise control can activate accidentally and cause cars to suddenly speed up, creating a safety hazard. The recall affects Tesla Model 3 cars and Model Y compact crossover utility vehicles built in China and some Model 3s that were imported. Chinese authorities and the company said Tesla plans to upgrade cruise-control software remotely so the owners don’t have to take their cars to a company store.