Tesla will recall more than 1.1 million electric vehicles in China, a move that will affect all of its four models including imported Model S and X cars, as well as locally-made Model 3 sedans and Model Y crossovers. The country’s top market watchdog said on Friday that Tesla drivers were prone to hit the accelerator pedal instead of the brakes by mistake with its previous regenerative-braking systems, which could cause crashes. Regenerative braking facilitates a one-pedal driving mode, which means an owner only needs to use the accelerator pedal to fully stop their Tesla under certain conditions. The regulator added that the recall will start from May 29 using an over-the-air software update to add different levels to the function and to help drivers stay alert. [State Administration for Market Regulation, in Chinese]