The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has directed Lamborghini to recall more than 4,000 Lamborghini Huracans due to the absence of empty flaps in these models.
LamborghiniLast year, about 4,796 Huracans were delivered without headlight adjustment screws. A recent announcement by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) said all of these vehicles will be recalled for helmet fitting. Owners of these models will receive the new parts for free.
The reason behind the error is said to be human error that the luxury car company discovered during a routine internal inspection in early 2020. Lamborghini officially confirmed the absence of a blank cap on the horizontal adjustment screw. of the headlights. This does not comply with Federal Safety Standards.
In March 2020, the company notified the agency of the matter, then filed a petition for ‘Severe Noncompliance’. However, NHTSA rejected a petition that prompted the company to recall these models without the empty lids. The agency describes the safety risk posed by this issue as an unsuitable horizontal target that could become a glare for motorcyclists or other drivers and thus lead to vision problems. and can also lead to serious accidents.
An earlier report stated that the future Lamborghini brand Huracan sports car will have a special navigation system which will be developed by what3words. This service will be available on models from mid-2022. Unlike conventional navigation systems, the new system has three simpler words for any location in the world. One can use this navigation system offline, and it can also be combined with the Alexa voice assistant that the supercar already uses.
Date of first publication: February 22, 2022, 06:15 PM IST