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BMW recalls 14,000 electric cars due to faulty battery software

BMW recalls electric cars for the second time in a year due to the battery.

iX, i4 and i7 are affected; Image: ArenaEV

BMW must recall 14,000 iX, i4 and i7 models because the battery software on cars produced between Oct. 14, 2021, and Oct. 28, 2022, is faulty. The battery can reset under certain circumstances, preventing electricity from flowing and posing an increased safety risk, BMW said.

Last summer, some i4 and iX models were recalled because the batteries could easily catch fire. Other EV manufacturers, such as Tesla, Ford and Toyota also had to revoke several thousand EVs and repair them.

BMW will send letters to owners of iX, i4 or i7 models next month. They can then have their BMW repaired at a workshop.


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