Ferrari recalled more than 2,000 vehicles from China, The Italian luxury sports car maker has recalled more than 2,000 vehicles from China for fear of possible brake problems.

According to the French news agency AFP, a notice from China’s State Administration for Market Regulation (SAMR) stated: That Ferrari has recalled its 2222 vehicles over the issue of brake oil leakage.

Based on the company’s annual report, this figure is approximately the total number of Ferrari cars sold in mainland China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan in the last three years.

The SAMR said that there was a possibility of poor braking performance or brake failure in these vehicles.

The regulator said in a statement yesterday that the repatriation included parts of imported 458 Italy, 458 Special, 458 Special A, 458 Spyder, 488 GTB, and 488 Spyder series cars, Made between March 2, 2010, and March 12, 2019.

The statement further said that these vehicles should be driven with caution and in case of any warning light of low brake fluid level, these cars should be stopped immediately.


The notice said that the parts of these vehicles which have problems will be replaced free of cost.

State market regulators also announced earlier this month that the American electric car company Tesla had recalled about 128,000 vehicles from China because of a malfunction that could increase the risk of a collision.

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