It cost $ 845,000, and pull him for the serial failure. It seems that even those customers who model for your vehicle allocate nearly a million dollars can no longer be sure to ride in good and safe car. American National Agency for Traffic Safety (NHTSA), ordered the Porsche to withdraw five copies of the model 2015 porsche 918 spyder for possible serial failure of the rear axle.
2015 porsche 918 spyder Problem
2015 Porsche 918 Spyder announcement followed after the Porsche during the recent extreme endurance testing cars on track at Nardo in Italy discovered a weak point in their top model. It was found that in the worst case due to defective rear axle driver could lose control of the vehicle, which is especially dangerous when it comes to sports car designed for high speed chase Speedway.
Porsche has detected the problem at the end of June, when at one of the test vehicles canceled rear axle. The car was then transported to the laboratory by the German company, where they performed additional tests for which it was in July 2014, temporarily suspended delivery model 918 Spyder customers, to examine all manufactured specimens.
Owners whose vehicles previously delivered notified about the problem by phone and advised that while the company does not inspect their cars do not drive your 2015 Porsche 918 Spyder high speeds on the track. Porsche has announced that only five specimens from the American market by recall covers another 45 cars worldwide. All differences vehicles will be reviewed by the service (some specimens have been tested), and the faulty part replaced if necessary.
The latest recall is formed only a few months after the scandal with the model of the Porsche 911 GT3, when the company is due to two fires on vehicles and serial failure was forced to replace the engines on the 785 already produced and delivered cars. Porsche 918 Spyder is not the only supercar with whom she had recently established a possible factory flaw.
So the company Koenigsegg recently had to withdraw from the American market with a copy of the model Agera due to relatively marginal problem with the indicator light system for monitoring tire pressure.
More info on official Porsche site.