BMW recalls almost all cars manufactured since 2018October 10, 2019
BMW has announced a recall campaign with the filing of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) that will affect all BMW, Rolls-Royce Cullinan and Phantom models, as well as Toyota Supra.
Such a large-scale recall is due to the configurations of the rear view cameras, which make it possible to adjust the contrast and brightness of the image so that the objects on the display cannot be distinguished. At the same time, configurations are not reset when the ignition is turned off, which does not meet the federal safety standard for cars.
The first time NHTSA representatives contacted BMW in May of this year, when the problem was discovered on the BMW X4. The parties argued for a long time, but the National Administration was adamant in their own decision. You can eliminate this defect by updating the software, which includes a reduced range of brightness and contrast configurations.
The review will cover all cars that were released from the beginning of last year and sold in the United States.
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