BMW has just issued a safety recall that would lead to some Toyota Supra owners getting a new model at the end of the day.
According to the recall reports, the driver seatbelt guide loop mount and the welds that are holding it in place might not have been welded correctly which would lead to the mount getting damage and failing to restrain the driver in an event of a serious accident putting the driver in more risk.
It was added that the fix for the issue will be for them to give the owners a new Supra. At this point, 7 units of the 2020 Toyota Supra could be affected by this recall.
The recall is a little odd since it is actually BMW that is issuing the recall as the vehicle was built at their Magna Steyr, Graz Plant in Austria alongside the BMW Z4 but owners of the Supra will be dealing with Toyota if they do need to get their vehicle replaced. [nseavoice.com]