Lamborghini’s Australian division has recently announced a recall for several supercars because of a problem with the carbon ceramic disc brakes.
The Italian based automaker Lamborghini has recently announced a recall for some of its models in Australia related to a problem with the carbon ceramic disc brakes. According to the “raging bull”, a total of 66 supercars will be affected by this recall across the Pacific country and their owners will have to take a trip back to the dealers soon in order to get the problem with the ceramic disc brakes fixed.
Lamborghini says that the stainless steel screws, which are fining the brake rotor to the metal bell of the cars equipped with the ceramic disc brakes, can fail because of stress corrosion cracking in the vehicles have been used in salty environments, increasing the risk of a crash and / or injury.
From the affected Lamborghini supercars we can mention the Gallardo Coupe and Spyder, produced between 2007 and 2009 and the Murcielago Coupe and Roadster, made between 2006 and 2010. The company isn’t aware of any accidents or injuries related to this problem. The recall is globally and it affects 2,449 vehicles, out of which 933 are Gallardos and 1,516 are Murcielagos.