New Delhi, June 30: Porsche has issued a global recall for every single unit of the Taycan electric sports car manufactured and sold since its launch in 2020. The recall might affect around 1,50,000 Taycans sold worldwide so far. Porsche Taycan is the company’s flagship electric vehicle and the global recall highlights the importance of the issue under consideration. The recall requires immediate attention to ensure the safety of the customers of the Porsche Taycan. The decision reflects Porsche's determination to maintaining high standards and addressing any potential risks to its customers.

As per a report of Financial Express, Porsche has issued a global recall for the Taycan, affecting every unit sold. Porsche will send a letter to car owners, asking them to bring their vehicles to the dealership to have a new hose installed. The replacement process will take about two hours, and it will be done for free without affecting the warranty, according to a report of Autocar India. Porsche Car Crash in Pune: Maharashtra CM Eknath Shinde Hands Over Cheques of Rs 10 Lakh Each to Parents of IT Engineers Who Were Killed After Being Hit by Luxurious Car.

What Is the Reason Behind the Porsche Taycan Recall?

As per reports, the recall is due to a potential issue with the front brake hose of the Porsche Taycan, which could develop cracks and lead to a brake fluid leak. It can reduce the brake pressure and affect the braking performance of the Taycan. However, Porsche claims that only about one percent of the recalled cars are actually affected by this issue. Mahindra XUV700 SUV Surpasses 2 Lakh Unit Production Mark; Celebrates With Two New Colours.

According to the carmaker, if the affected cars have a warning light on the dashboard, it is recommended to drive the Porsche Taycan directly to a dealership for further inspection and necessary repairs. However, if a red warning light appears, Porsche advises against driving the car. But, if there is no warning light illuminated on the dashboard, it is considered safe to drive the vehicle.

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