Marred by the risk of battery cell fire, Hyundai Motor Company has decided to recall around 51,000 vehicles from top markets, including Europe, China, North America and several others.
The recalling is coming effectively after the South Korean automobile giant announced that it would call back 25,564 Kona electric vehicles starting October 16.
In a statement, the company has said that it was initiating a voluntary notice for the recall of cars. As per Yonhap, the company will be calling back 11,137 vehicles from North America and 37,366 vehicles from Europe.
Reportedly, the previous week the transport ministry of South Korea had said that citing the faulty manufacturing there could be a short circuit in the high-voltage battery cells.