Tesla Motors has issued its biggest ever recall as it called back its entire fleet of 90,000 Model S sedans to check their front seat belts after one passenger's seat belt disconnected.
Tesla's other vehicles, the Model X SUV and the Roadster, aren't affected. Seat belts in the back seat of the Model S also aren't affected.
Tesla said that about two weeks ago, a customer in Europe reported that her seat belt disconnected when she turned to talk to the other passengers sitting in the rear seats. The woman was not injured, and her car has been repaired. Tesla believes the seat belt anchors weren't properly bolted together in that case.
The company has inspected 3,000 other Model S sedans and hasn't found a problem, but it wants to inspect all seat belts to make sure there are no flaws. Tesla owners are being asked to schedule a visit to a Tesla service center for an inspection.