"The bolts that hold the hood's secondary latch striker may have been insufficiently tightened," the recall notice from the NHTSA warns. "The reduced torque of the striker bolts might lead to a loosening of the bolts. If two of the four bolts securing the striker became loose, the secondary hood latch function would become ineffective. If this problem combines with a failure of the primary hood lock or if the hood is not properly closed, the hood could open while driving, increasing the risk of a vehicle crash."
Fortunately, only a small number of vehicles are affected by the recall, built from December 01, 2011, through December 13, 2011, 23 units of the car in total.