Releasing a car with a perfectly safe steering wheel badge, and Camaro's steering wheel badge could pose danger to its drivers. At least 30 cars need to get back to the automakers representative to solve the issue. Now the main problem is that the steering wheel could dangerously become a projectile during an accident and that needs to be fixed.
The recall notice was sent by General Motors and their GM Authority noticed a not properly molded emblem on the steering wheel could become a problem since they're not affixed to it properly. In case of an accident. As mentioned before, the unstuck badge could become a risk of injury during a collision. No incidents were yet made public, but General Motors wants to be sure that no harm will come to anyone.
It's curious that the list of those 30 models recalled wasn't built consecutively. The manufacturer has flagged Camaro models starting with the 2017 ones and let's hope that the issue won't get to harm anyone. If you're worried that your Camaro might be one of the vehicles you can enter your VIN number on GM's recall website. A further notification and an appointment will be set in order to help you reach the nearest dealer and see the things through.
The repair itself proves to be simple and at no cost, you'll get a replacement of the entire driver-side airbag model. 2021 isn't a great year so far for the brand's sales results, but the automaker is still looking up to its customers' safety on the road.