However, we aim to be accurate. So, let’s go through it.
Lamborghini has issued a recall alert for all nine examples of the 2022 Lamborghini Countach sold in the United States.
In documents filed with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), the company explained, “The rear hood glass panels can be completely separated from the vehicle, creating road hazards and increasing the safety risks of the following traffic accidents.”
The company insists that the supplier is at fault. Dealers will check the adhesion of the back glass and replace it if necessary. The repair is free.
It must be so, considering that each of those nine owners spent about $2.64 million for the car that revived the Countach name. Glass panels, by the way, cover the 6.5-liter V12 engine, which, mated to a hybrid powertrain, delivers 814 horsepower.
Automakers recall many cars to fix safety defects, sometimes more than once. They try to contact every owner to ask them to bring the car in for repair. But they rarely get to all of them. Millions of vehicles on American roads need free recall repairs. Check the easy VIN tool at the recall center to see if your vehicle is one of them.