Eighty five units of LaFerrari have been recalled due to two possible faulty parts. First recall involves faulty headrests mounted on the L32 large size seats which, according to the company, may not absorb required amount of energy in case of a crash. This may lead to failure to comply with Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard in the US.
Second recall involves the hypercar’s tyre pressure monitoring system with doesn’t display the appropriate message in case of a puncture. In seems, the current system displays the message as “Low Tire Pressure-Max speed 50 mph” instead of intended message “Low Tire Pressure-Do not proceed”. So the current system encourages the driver to keep driving rather than prompt him/her to pull over in case of a flat tyre.
Ferrari dealers will inspect both the faults and replace them with new parts free of charge. The affected cars are manufactured between May 15, 2014 and March 4, 2015.
LaFerrari hybrid hypercar is powered by a 6.3-litre V8 engine which is tuned to deliver 800 PS and 700 Nm of torque. It is supplemented by a F1 style HY-KERS electric motor which puts out an additional 163 PS and 200 Nm in short bursts. Transmission is a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic unit.
Via – Carscoops.com