Toyota Motor Corp.
(TM) - Get Report this week recalled 121,000 Lexus vehicles due to potential fuel leaks in the engines that can cause fires.
The recall affects multiple models, including 2006-13 IS350s, 2010-14 IS350Cs and 2007-11 GS 350s and GS 450h cars. All of the affected vehicles have 3.5-liter V-6 gas engines.
While this recall will effect 115,000 models sold in America, it's not the worst recall to happen.
Here's a list of some of the worst recalls in history:
2014 General Motors Faulty-Switch Recall
In 2014, General Motors
recalled over 30 million vehicles after revealing that the cars had faulty ignition switches.
A scandal erupted as it was discovered that the company allegedly knew about the faulty switches since 2003, but didn't investigate because it would have cost too much. The faulty ignition switches have been blamed for more than 100 deaths.