More than nine hundreds Audi R8 Spyder will be called to review in United States
Recent call to review are the order of the day. Even the most revered supercars are spared having to go through the shop to repair a manufacturing defect. As reported yesterday by the NHTSA (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration) and Volkswagen America, a large number of Audi R8 Spyder (models 2011 and 2012) will be called to review at the United States.
Apparently, the investigation was opened a couple of months ago when the owner of one of these vehicles warned the mark in his convertible off a suspicious whiff of gasoline after refueling. According to Audi, it is possible that some vehicles may present fuel leaks. I do not think it takes the risks that that entails, including being featured in a Dolorpasión ™ in the making.
Therefore, some of the Audi R8 Spyder made by VW America between May 18, 2010 and June 22, 2011, some nine hundred twenty vehicles will be “called up”. As usual, after receiving the relevant newsletter (as of August 22 as stated by the mark), owners will attend a formal workshop where the problem will be repaired free of charge.