When Porsche announced that they would sort out the rear axles issue affecting 46 units of the 918 Spyder supercar, it was clear that even expensive machines aren’t immune to the dreaded recalls. In another shocking news that’s coming out of Detroit, the Chevrolet Corvette Stingray C7 might be facing some issues prompting GM to recall their flagship sportscar.
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While NHTSA is yet to publish an official statement about an impending recall, the governing body has already issued a stop-sale order of the Corvette Stingray C7. According to Automotive News, NHTSA has identified two major flaws with the Corvette Stingray C7 which includes the driver side airbag and parking brake cables.
In the worst case, GM would have to replace the driver side airbag unit completely as it can malfunction and result in injuries to the occupants in case of an accident. Secondly, the parking brake is an essential safety feature which if it doesn’t work would result in the car rolling away on an incline.
Source: Automotive News