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Mercedes-Benz recalls vehicles in China with faulty camera software

Staff Writer |
Mercedes-Benz will recall 141 imported automobiles in China over incorrect software parameters on multi-functional cameras, according to China's market regulator.

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Starting November 23, Mercedes-Benz began recalling imported AMG S65L and AMG S63L 4MATIC+ automobiles manufactured between June 1, 2017 and February 5, 2018, according to the State Administration of Market Regulation.

The defective software could lead to substandard assist systems. When an automobile is running at a speed of no less than 105 kilometers per hour, the collision proof system could become weakened, causing an increased risk to safety.

The company will subsequently update the multi-functional camera software of the affected automobiles.

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