Toyota and Subaru recall new EVs due to risk wheel could fall off

Toyota and Subaru recall new EVs due to risk wheel could fall off

Toyota may have nailed the hybrid car market, but it is off to a rocky start with its all-new, all-electric bZ4X after a recall was issued on Thursday. The recall also applies to the Subaru Solterra, which is built on the same electric platform developed in a partnership betwwen the two carmakers. Toyota on Thursday said it would recall all 2,700 EVs delivered to date after it discovered a fault that meant there was a risk the wheels could become loose. Toyota’s first mass-volume electric vehicle was first debuted in late 2021 and is a crossover featuring a yoke steering wheel, up to 500km driving range in a single-motor format, and 460km in a more powerful dual-motor format. In a document filed with Japan’s road transport bureau, the carmaker said …
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