Toyota has announced a recall for all Mirai hydrogen fuel cell cars sold due to an issue with the output voltage generated by their fuel cell system.

In the report by Reuters, about 2,840 Mirai cars in Japan, the United States and some markets in Europe, as well as the United Arab Emirates are affected. Thus far, the company has not revealed if any incidents on the road have resulted from the problem.

The Japanese carmaker said that under specific driving conditions, such as having the accelerator pedal depressed fully after driving on a long descent while using cruise control, there was a possibility the output voltage generated by the fuel cell boost converter could exceed the maximum voltage.

Thankfully, the fix merely involves an update for the fuel cell system software, a process that takes about half an hour. The company will contact all owners of the Mirai to arrange for an appointment with their respective local authorised dealer for the correction.

The Mirai went on sale in Japan in December 2014, followed by the United States in August 2015. As of June 2016, the 2016 World Green Car of the Year Award winner is available in the United Kingdom, Denmark, Germany, Belgium, and Norway.