According to the manufacturer, the numbers break down as follows:
A total of 1.6 million vehicles have been remediated to address the potential for sticking accelerator pedals. About 1.5 million have been brought in to deal with ill-fitting floor mats and the potential for accelerator pedal entrapment. There have also been 115,000 updates to the software with regard to the anti-lock brake systems (ABS) in certain 2010 Prius and Lexus models.
The automaker noted that more than 732,000 vehicles have received both the floor mat and modifications to the sticking accelerator pedal.
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According to Toyota the modifications that have already been performed represent about 70 percent of vehicles reported to be at risk for sticking accelerator pedals. The total represents about 2.3 million vehicles, according to figures published in just–auto global news. About 27 percent of the 5.4 million vehicles recalled over floor mat entrapment have been repaired.
More than 75 percent of the software updates required for the ABS problem in 2010 Prius and Lexus models have been performed. In total, 147,500 vehicles were recalled over that issue.
Meanwhile, hundreds of lawsuits have been filed in the US, with nearly 24 law firms filing cases against Toyota, according to the Financial Post.