According to Lamborghini, affected examples of the V12 hypercar may have bolts that loosen on the hood hinges.
If the issue is not addressed and owners continue to drive the affected vehicles, there is a possibility that the hood could flip open or even detach from the car completely.
The Italian automaker will notify owners of the affected vehicles, and once parts become available, owners will be asked to make a booking with their preferred authorised Lamborghini dealership so the hood screws can be replaced.
Anyone seeking further information can contact Automobili Lamborghini SpA via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alternatively, Lamborghini Australia has provided a list of the affected vehicles’ VIN numbers, which can be viewed here.
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