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Luxury carmaker Ferrari will recall 2,071 imported vehicles in China due to faulty airbags, according to a statement by China’s State Administration for Market Regulation.
The recall will involve a number of imported Ferraris manufactured between April 8, 2013 and Nov. 28, 2017, including models of California, CaliforniaT, FF, 458, F12 Berlinetta, F12tdf, 812 Superfast, GTC4 Lusso, GTC4 Lusso T, 488 GTB and 488 Spider.
The front passenger airbags, produced by Japanese manufacturer Takata, have defective inflators that could fracture and cause injuries, the administration said.
Ferrari’s Shanghai trade company will start the recall on July 1 and has promised to replace the faulty airbags free of charge, it said.
It is an “enlarged recall” for its initial announcement in August 2016 involving some of its imported California series and Italy series vehicles, the company said.