Hyundai and Kia are recalling their first mass-produced electric cars for the U.S. due to an increased rollaway risk. A software error can cause the parking mechanism to disengage, allowing the vehicle to roll away on uneven ground, the NHTSA disclosed this week. The recall encompasses 10,729 Hyundai Ioniq 5 and 9,014 Kia EV6 models from the 2022 model year. If the vehicle is off and in the parked position, a voltage fluctuation from the electronic shifter control unit can disengage the parking pawl. The vehicles can then no longer be in the parked position, which can increase the risk of a rollaway incident.Read the original article.