Thus far, 28.8 million of the Japanese company's inflators have been recalled in the US.
You probably don't want airbags that fail to deploy at the correct time.
Do airbags belong on the outside of your car? Brian Cooley looks at prototype technology that could change how airbags are deployed in the future.
As it turns out, there's more than one factor involved.
Reuters reports that this expansion would be nearly a fourfold increase in the number of recalled Takata parts.
This recall, which is completely separate from Takata's recall, involves a faulty control unit.
This news reported by Reuters arrives in the wake of the 10th death allegedly linked to faulty Takata components.
Wearables are hitting the ski fields at CES 2016, with a smart Ski Vest from French company In&motion that doubles as an airbag, deploying in milliseconds to protect you from falls.
The automaker had previously claimed that 1.6 million airbag inflators were safe, but a recent accident turned that decision around.
Brian Cooley takes a look at the new place you're starting to see airbags pop up.