Lamborghini pulls expensive SUVs from US market to repair hoods

Lamborghini pulls expensive SUVs from US market to repair hoods
Lamborghini pulls expensive SUVs from US market to repair hoods

(Bloomberg) — Supercar maker Lamborghini is recalling 2,133 of its expensive sport utility vehicles in the United States over the risk of their hoods opening when driven at high speed.

The Volkswagen AG-owned manufacturer estimates that only 2% of the Urus SUVs it is recalling have a defect in which small gaps can form between the hood and front bumper when the vehicles exceed 151 kilometers per hour.

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“These gaps can potentially increase with high speeds and, over time, the tension can cause the latch system to fail and separate the latch from the hood,” Lamborghini said in a report published Wednesday on the National Administration website. of Highway Traffic Safety.

The Urus is Lamborghini’s best-selling model worldwide and starts at more than $200,000 in the U.S. The company is not aware of any accidents or injuries related to the problem.

Translated by Paulina Steffens.

Original Note: Lamborghini Recalls $200,000 SUVs to Fix Hoods That May Fly Open

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