Lamborghini announces recall company for Aventador SVJMarch 24, 2020
The Italian company announced the start of a service company that will affect 6 copies of the 2020 Aventador SVJ Coupe and the Aventador SVJ Roadster in the United States. One collector is to blame for everything, who did not go through the necessary briefing.
A new employee at Lamborghini has a very poor start because the unskilled job of this person forces the automaker to withdraw 26 copies of the Aventador SVJ 2020 model year in coupe and roadster bodies in the United States.
A detected malfunction may make it impossible to open the doors from inside the car. As the company describes the problem in a statement to the US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration: “During assembly, a new operator who did not receive proper training may have incorrectly hooked the Bowden cable pin inside the interior door handles.” Due to what, the inner door handle may fail. Failure to leave supercars poses a potential hazard to passengers in an emergency.
Lamborghini discovered a problem during online quality control.
An internal investigation revealed the cause of the problem, and Lambo discovered a flaw that existed in cars with production dates between December 2019 and January 2020. Currently, the company has revised the assembly process and conducted an explanatory and then preparatory conversation with a new employee.
In the near future, Lamborghini will contact the potentially affected owners, and dealers will replace the entire interior door handle entirely. The company will begin repair work around May 1, the NHTSA (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration) said in a statement.
Lamborghini intends to build 900 units of the Aventador SVJ coupe and 800 units of the roadster. Both of them use a V12 engine producing 770 horsepower and 720 Nm of torque. They are equipped with the ALA 2.0 active aerodynamic system, which directs the air flow to adjust downforce and lateral forces when cornering.
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