Porsche’s extravagant 918 Spyder hybrid hypercar is experience some…technical difficulties after the company discovered a wiring problem.
It’s a global “precautionary” recall that affects cars made up until the end of April this year, with 223 of those vehicles found in U.S. hands.
According to the German company, the issue stems from an electric wiring harness for a radiator fan that could end up being damaged by a carbon-fiber component.
“The cause was identified following a detailed examination of inquiries. Corrective measures have subsequently been taken in manufacturing,” said Porsche in a statement. “The service visit, which will be free of charge, will be arranged as quickly as possible and the inspection will likely require the vehicle to be left in the shop for half a day.”
So, if you know someone who owns a 918, you might want to tell them about it and then offer to drive the car to Porsche…