Toyota just claimed the crown as the world's largest automaker.
But now the Japanese carmaker is handling another major recall.
The company announced Wednesday it's recalling more than a million vehicles.
The problem is faulty airbags and windshield wipers.
The airbag control issue is affecting more than 750-thousand Corolla and Corolla Matrix cars sold in 2003 and 2004.
Some 270-thousand Lexus I-S models sold between 2006 and early 2012 are impacted by the windshield wiper problem.
So far the company says the airbag problem has caused two unconfirmed crashes and 18 minor injuries.