Electric car manufacturer Tesla is recalling almost 600,000 of its vehicles in the United States over its "Boombox" feature, which allows owners to play pre-recorded sounds outside of the car. 

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), the "Boombox" feature can conceivably quash the sounds needed from its Pedestrian Warning System, which makes the vehicle produce sounds when driving below a certain speed, or if the car is in reverse.

This isn’t the first time the electric car manufacturer had to recall vehicles due to the feature, as Boombox was also disabled in February if the car is in reverse, neutral, or drive mode.

The most recent recall includes various 2020 and 2022 Model Y, X, and S cars, as well as 2017 through 2022 Model 3, according to The New York Post.

The recall will be done through a software update. 

Tesla announced an impressive number of sales in the first quarter despite reports of supply shortages in the industry. The company delivered a total of 310,048 electric vehicles while making 305,407. It cited “ongoing supply chain challenges and factory shutdowns” as 4,641 fewer cars were produced than delivered.