Porsche to recall over 50,000 cars in ChinaStaff Writer |
Asia The company will repair the affected cars free of charge
Porsche will recall more than 50,000 vehicles sold in the Chinese market because of possible safety hazards.
The company has submitted its recall plan to the SAMR.
A frontal collision could make the lower longitudinal crash beam penetrate the bulkhead wall, leading to a higher risk of the fuel tanks being damaged and causing fire as a result of fuel leakage, the company said.
The company will repair the affected cars free of charge.
The company also announced a recall of 34,290 Panamera and Cayenne models to update their instrument cluster software. The affected vehicles were made between Sept. 8, 2016 and June 27, 2018. ■
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