The few owners of the Lamborghini Veneno will have to take their ultra-rare supercars into the shop very soon, thanks to a recall issued for the cars. The recall was posted by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) on Tuesday and was reported on by Bloomberg.com.
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In this recall, all Venenos and around 1,500 Aventadors in the United States are said to be at risk. At risk for what exactly? The NHTSA notes a possible fault in the fuel system that could lead to a possible fire. In total, about 5,900 Aventadors are being recalled worldwide for this fault.
The Aventadors included in this recall include models produced between March 22, 2011 and December 5, 2016. This also includes all limited editions, such as the “Anniversario, Miura Homage, Pirelli Edition; Super Veloce and the projects in-ternally denominated “One-shot,” according to the Safety Recall Report.
If you believe your car is affected by this recall, be sure to contact your local authorized Lamborghini dealership as soon as possible.
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