Obviously, this could cause an accident and potentially serious injuries. Both the SVJ Coupe and Roadster are affected, though the recall is only for a grand total of three units total in the US. Lamborghini dealers will need to inspect and, if necessary, replace the front frame.
Fortunately, all three Aventadors are still in dealerships, meaning they haven’t been sold just yet. All were manufactured between July 10 and August 31 of this year. Dealers will simply have to inspect each car and they shouldn’t be driven until the necessary work has been completed. What caused this to happen in the first place?