Ferrari’s North American division has officially announced plans to recall 185 California T units in order to solve a potential fuel leak problem. This is not for the first time when Ferrari is dealing with fire risk problems and according to the Italian officials the entry-level model has this kind of problem. 

The recall for the 2016 Ferrari California T has kicked off on December 14 and all the affected cars have been assembled between September 8 and November 11 2015. 

According to National Highway and Traffic Administration (NHTSA), the increased risk of a fire is due to a manufacturing defect of a product that came from a supplier. On November 23 Ferrari has sent a stop sale notice to its North America dealers and now all the affected cars will get the necessary new component. 

As you may have read, this summer Ferrari also recalled 800 cars in the United States to solve a problem related to the Takata airbags.

Source: Ferrari