WILX.com reports that Toyota Motor Company is recalling nearly 361,000 of its late-model vehicles over the ongoing Takata airbag issues.

However, the report states that the vehicles, dating back to the 1997 model year, have different, but similar issues, to those under scrutiny with the ammonium nitrate filled air bags that have forced the recalls of millions of models over recent years.

The affected models for the latest recall are electric and gas powered RAV4 sport-utility vehicles and Celica sports cars made between 1997 and 1999. Toyota Supra sports cars made in the 1997 and 1998 model years are also being recalled.

Toyota does not have a fix for this specific issue. But, according to the report, they will reach out to owners when a solution is reached.

For full details, visit this link to WILX.com.