Recall roundup: Ferrari supercars in Australia image

A number of Ferrari supercars are being subjected to a recall these days, in Australia, because of the Takata airbag problem.

If you believed that owning a supercar is all about speed and glamour, think again because you have read over the years about the spontaneous combustion issues or the more “modern” Takata airbag problem. If you happen to be a Ferrari owner living in Australia, you will not be happy to find out that your “baby” may be subjected to a recall because of the above mentioned issue.

According to the local automotive media, there are a total of 58 Ferrari vehicles which may possibly be affected by the Takata airbag problem. The supercars in question are the 458 Italia, the 458 Spider, the 458 Speciale, the 458 Speciale A, the California T, the FF, the F12 Berlinetta and even the impressive LaFerrari. All models have been put together in 2015 and may be affected by a component inside the driver’s side airbag module. The owners of the affected supercars will be notified by Ferrari and scheduled for a dealer appointment, which will be replacing the airbag installed, free of charge. The replacement will be taking less than an hour to complete and it will be performed at no cost to customers. If you happen to be the owner of a 2015 produced Ferrari in Australia you should contact the nearest Ferrari dealer for more info.