FRANKFURT — Daimler is recalling some new Mercedes-Benz EQC electric cars
because of a potentially defective bolt in the differential, the company
said on Tuesday.
"Daimler AG has determined that on certain EQC vehicles the bolt in the
front axle differential transmission might not meet durability
specifications. Thus, it cannot be ruled out, that the bolt breaks over
lifetime," the carmaker said.
The fault could interrupt torque transmission to the front axle, leading to
a vehicle stall. Additionally, if parts of the broken bolt become lodged
within the differential transmission, this might affect the ability to
control the vehicle, increasing the risk of a crash, Daimler said.
https://yourstory.com/2019/10/toyota-suzuki-launch-compact-electric-vehicle-india Toyota plans to launch compact EV in India in partnership with Suzuki
23rd Oct 2019 Japanese auto major Toyota Motor Corporation on Tuesday said
it plans to introduce a compact battery electric vehicle (BEV) in India in
association with Suzuki ... are looking to introduce the battery electric
vehicle (BEV) at an early stage ... without disclosing a timeframe ...