Porsche replacing all 2014 911 GT3 engines in fire-risk recall
Porsche has announced that they will replace the engines in all 2014 911 GT3 and has told owners to stop driving their cars because of a fire risk.
Porsche is recalling all 785 new Porsche 911 GT3 cars built so far, after two engine fires were reported in Europe. A loosened fastener apparently causes oil to leak, which then catches fire. The new engines will have “optimised fasteners.”
Porsche hasn’t said how much the recall for the Dhs 500,000 car will cost them. A few have already been delivered in the UAE.