Tuesday, July 16, 2024

Porsche Recalls 35 Taycan EV Because Suspension Isssue

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German automaker Porsche recently recalled 35 units of its Taycan hypercar where it was discovered that there was a suspension problem that forced them to recall their car for repair.

It is stated that there is a bolt in the upper control arm on the rear axle that is loose so that it can make the suspension components change and increase the risk of an accident.

A total of 35 units of Taycan cars were also affected by this problem where these cars were produced from June 17, 2020 to November 16, 2020.

Porsche also said that it will solve this problem by replacing the bolts with new ones and locking them more firmly and according to predetermined specifications. Components that are connected to the bolt will also be checked to see if there is any damage or not.

Porsche dealers have now started contacting owners of Taycan cars who are experiencing the problem to take their cars to a service center before January 18 next year.

This is not the first time Porsche has recalled its Taycan electric car. In July, Porsche confirmed that there was a problem with its car that could have caused the sedan to suddenly die due to loss of power. But fortunately, the recall can be done through a software update from the system in the car.

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