Toyota issues a recall of over 800,000 vehicles because of a problem with the air conditioning condenser unit housing that could impact the airbag system.
Ford is recalling a number of its Focus Electric vehicles because of a possible wiring defect which could cause external lamps to fail at night.
Zero Motorcycles recalls over 200 of its vehicles after it is found the front caliper mounting bolts could fracture, causing a possible crash.
Ford recalls over 33,000 C-Max hybrids to address a roof issue which could cause potential injury in a collision.
Toyota and Lexus recall around 87,000 2010 hybrids around a braking issue which could potentially cause a crash.
The small Mitsubishi i-MiEV is facing a global recall related to a braking issue that is the largest to date for electric car makers.
Toyota is recalling 670,000 Prius hybrids between 2004 and 2009 because of a steering issue, with a 350,000 subset of these getting a second recall as well.
The Lexus HS 250h hybrid, already the subject of at least two recalls over the short life of this vehicle, now faces a new one for the year 2010 model.
Just two weeks after Fisker announced an issue involving their Karma’s batteries, most cars have already had new battery packs fitted or repaired and are back in service.
Fisker Automotive has filed a safety recall with the NHTSA over an issue with its battery that could cause a fire under certain conditions.