An urgent recall has been issued for a popular car model over a potential fault which could cause seatbelts to explode and inflict serious injury.
The Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Communications has recalled more than 5,200 Hyundai i30 sedan (CN7) vehicles built between 2020 and 2022 to address defective safety equipment.
There are concerns about seatbelt pre-tensioners, which automatically tightens seatbelts during an accident.
‘Due to a (manufacturing) issue, the seatbelt pre-tensioner inflator may fracture when deployed in the event of an accident,’ the recall notice states.
‘If the seat belt pre-tensioner inflator fractures, metal fragments may be propelled at high speed towards the vehicle occupants causing serious injury.’
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