Tesla has issued a recall covering more than 435,000 locally-made vehicles in China because of a software bug that could cause tail lights to fail to illuminate, according to a filing made public Thursday by the country’s top market watchdog. The recall covers certain 2020 to 2022 Model 3 sedans and 2021 to 2022 Model Y crossovers. The US automaker said it is issuing an online software update to solve the problem. It comes in a week when the company also launched a recall involving more than 80,000 imported and China-made vehicles owing to seatbelt and software issues. [State Administration for Market Regulation, in Chinese]