The issue is due to car’s not entering certain modes as unintended which could cause the vehicles to lose power and stall.
Toyota says car functions would remain in use but warned stalling a car at high speeds could increase the risk of having an accident.
In a statement, Toyota says the cars were built to enter a “fail safe driving mode” in response to a series of failures.
The statement said: “The involved vehicles were designed to enter a failsafe driving mode in response to certain hybrid system faults.
Toyota says owners of model’s affected will be notified by the end of August 2020.
The recall has been issued to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).
This means that at this stage the issue is only known to affect Toyota models based in the United States.
Concerned road users can look up their vehicle on the NHTSA or Toyota website for a list of any recalls issued on their models.
In 2018 the firm recalled around 2.4milion hybrid cars due to fears the models could stall while driving.
In the issue two years ago Toyoyta again revealed the fault was down to the car’s failure to enter a “fail-safe driving mode”.
Earlier this month, Toyota also issued a recall on over 9,500 vehicles due to concerns front wheels may separate.
The Japanese manufacturer has recalled RAV4 and RAV4 hybrid vehicles over the faulty suspension arm which may cause tyres to fall off.
Improper conditions at the steel supplier used to make the parts has been blamed with the fault possibly leading to cracks in key parts.
Driving aggressively could lead to the suspension arm completely separating from the wheel which would put other road users at risk.
Affected owners will be informed of the latest wheel issue by July 19.
Express.co.uk have contacted Toyota for any further information on the stalling glitch.