Li Auto says SUVs produced after June 1 have already been equipped with an upgraded version of the faulty component. Photo: Handout Li Auto says SUVs produced after June 1 have already been equipped with an upgraded version of the faulty component. Photo: Handout
Li Auto says SUVs produced after June 1 have already been equipped with an upgraded version of the faulty component. Photo: Handout

Nasdaq-listed Chinese electric carmaker Li Auto apologises for passing off recall of 10,469 Li ONEs as ‘upgrade’ offer

  • ‘Facing the problem and solving it efficiently’ is the way to go, company says
  • Li Auto faced a backlash after it said on November 1 that it was offering to ‘upgrade’ a component

Topic |   Electric cars
Li Auto says SUVs produced after June 1 have already been equipped with an upgraded version of the faulty component. Photo: Handout Li Auto says SUVs produced after June 1 have already been equipped with an upgraded version of the faulty component. Photo: Handout
Li Auto says SUVs produced after June 1 have already been equipped with an upgraded version of the faulty component. Photo: Handout
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