LAMBORGHINI SET TO RECALL OVER 5,000 CARS DUE TO RISKS OF FIRE EXPLOSION


I don't know what's with these fire explosion with gadgets, first it was Samsung Galaxy mobiles, then we heard cases of ford kuga, now Lamborghini.



So if you own a Lamborghini, then you should be afraid. The legendary Italian automaker, Lamborghini, is recalling close to 5,900 supercars, including its ultra-rare Veneno model, because of a fire risk.

In a recall notice published by the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the company says,

"In certain driving conditions while the vehicle has a full gas tank, gasoline may contact the exhaust system and this can increase the risk of a fire,"


Lamborghini also confirms that it's aware of seven cases of fire worldwide. The recall includes all 12 Venenos currently on the roads.

Lamborghini, which is owned by Volkswagen Group had only just recently announced a record global sales for 2016 where It delivered 3,457 cars last year, up 7% from 2015.
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