Japanese Automaker Honda is cutting ties with supplier Takata over its faulty airbags.
According to CNN, Honda has announced none of its new car models under development will use Takata's airbag inflators.
The automaker also alleged Takata misrepresented and manipulated test data.
This comes as the manufacturer received a $70 million fine for the defective airbag inflators, which can explode when activated, firing out shards of metal.
The faulty airbags have been linked to eight fatalities.