A voluntary recall has been announced by Ferrari recently and this will cover all existing units of the LaFerrari hybrid supercar.
According to a recent report, the Italian based automaker Ferrari has decided to announce a voluntary recall for all LaFerrari units because of a possible fire risk. This hasn’t been made public just yet, and it will probably never will, but the exotic ride with an appealing green finish on its body, owned by Jay Kay from Jamiroquai, has been spotted at a dealership where Ferrari mechanics have been working on it. This is part of the recall which is affecting all 499 units of the hypercar and if ignored, it may lead to a fire, so expect some pretty expensive and rare fireworks in the future.
The procedure is said to be treated differently than a recall but this does sound like a recall to us, considering the fact that Ferrari is inviting all LaFerrari owners with their expensive rides to the factory in order to replace the fuel tanks for free. The Maranello based company is saying that there is no fire risk on the existing rides which haven’t received the new fuel tank but we all know that exotic carmaker are ignoring the “spontaneous combustion” incidents and are not coming out with an explanation. Keep in mind that we are talking about a 6.3L V12 powered hybrid supercar, which can reach 100 km/h (62 mph) in less than 3 seconds and can go up to 350 km/h (217 mph).