Oncor Electric is the brand name for an electric battery powered vehicle that has been designed to run on the electric power grid.
The battery was designed to store and recharge a full charge every day and it also has a range of between 200 miles and 300 miles.
But, it has been in production for a while and the company has had a number of issues.
Now, it’s being recalled and has been ordered to stop production.
Oncor says that the batteries are defective, that they’re leaking and that there is a higher risk of fire or explosion when using the vehicle.
In a press release, the company says that it’s taking the recall to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission and has started a public awareness campaign.
On the other hand, it says that oncor will not be able to continue selling the batteries.
The recall affects the Oncor Volt, Oncor Light, Onco Power, Oncosmart Power and Onco Charge and is expected to affect about 6,000 Oncor electric vehicles.
The company says it will be recalling the batteries as soon as it’s done doing its internal investigation.
Onco said in a statement that the company would not be releasing a timeline for when it would resume production of the batteries, but would have the batteries shipped to the US on December 1.
On oncor’s website, the Onco team said that it would be working closely with the federal government to provide all necessary information to assist with the recall.
Ononcor says it’s working with regulators to ensure the safety and reliability of its products and expects to have the products in the U/P on December 31.