McLaren is recalling more than 2700 supercars to fix an issue that is believed to increase the risk of a fire.
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), a foam pad mounted under the fuel tank that is meant to dampen vibrations may retain moisture and could corrode the fuel tank over time. This could lead to a fuel leak. If the problem isn’t addressed, fuel could leak out, which increases the risk of fire.
Earlier, McLaren had recalled 129 units of the Senna for a similar issue. However, back then, the culprit was found to be the outer sleeves of the engine wiring harness.