Japanese carmaker Toyota said today it was recalling more than 1m cars globally because of an electrical fault that could lead to fires.
In the UK 32,393 cars are affected, consisting of Prius, Prius Plug-in and C-HR Hybrid models manufactured between October 2015 and May 2018.
The issues involves the engine wire harness which is connected to the hybrid vehicle power control unit.
The wire harness without a protector could touch the connector cover and wear over time, possibly causing an electrical short circuit.
The company said there have been no reports of any accidents or injuries relating to this issue.
Globally the company is recalling approximately 1.026m cars.
This consists of 554,000 in Japan, 217,000 in the US, 219,000 in Europe and 36,000 in other markets.