Toyota recalls electric vehicles because of potential wheel problems.
The world’s largest automaker Toyota is recalling 2,700 of its first mass-produced all-electric vehicles due to potential wheel failure.
According to a representative, after “low-mileage use,” fasteners on the bZ4X’s wheels “may loosen to the point where the wheel can separate from the vehicle.”
Less than two months had passed since the automobile was introduced in Japan before the recall.
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Toyota announced in a statement on Friday that 2,700 bZ4X SUVs in the US, Europe, Canada, and Japan had been subject to a safety recall.
A spokeswoman added, “If a wheel separates from the vehicle while it is moving, it could cause a loss of vehicle control, increasing the danger of a crash.”
They continued, “Until the repair is carried out, no one should operate these cars.”
Some bZ4X units, have not been recalled. A Toyota representative, however, declined to say how many of the car the business had produced.
Toyota stated that the issue had been reported to the Japanese safety authorities on Thursday and that the root cause was “still under investigation.”