BEIJING (Reuters) - German luxury automaker Daimler will recall 2.6 million Mercedes-Benz vehicles in China due to a software design issue, the country's market regulator said on Friday.
WATCH: Mercedes is recalling vehicles over emergency-call location error
Software may fail to communicate a vehicle's correct location in the event of a crash, China's State Administration for Market Regulation said in a statement. Daimler declined to comment further on the recall.
Last month Mercedes-Benz USA said it was recalling 1.29 million vehicles sold since 2016 for a similar reason.
WATCH: How to prevent getting into debt
(Reporting by Yilei Sun and Tony Munroe; editing by Jason Neely)