Published a list of Ferrari models that may have failed brakes

Published a list of Ferrari models that may have failed brakes 1




The US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has announced a large-scale recall of Ferrari supercars: 23,555 cars have been sent to service centers for inspection and repair. NHTSA clarifies that we are talking about a possible leakage of brake fluid, which can lead to a decrease in braking efficiency or even a complete failure of the brakes, which, in turn, increases the risk of an accident. The new recall affects a wide range of models, from 17-year-old Ferrari 430 to Roma 2022.

Owners will be invited to service centers on September 24. As part of the recall campaign, specialists will check and, if necessary, replace the lid of the brake fluid tank, and at the same time assess the level of brake fluid. As always in such cases, repairs will be carried out at the expense of the automaker.

Below is a complete list of models that are subject to recall:

Years of Intake Model

2005-2009 Ferrari 430
2005-2011 Ferrari 612 Scaglietti
2009-2017 Ferrari California
2010-2011 Ferrari 612
2012-2016 Ferrari FF
2013-2017 Ferrari F12 Berlinetta
2013-2015 Ferrari LaFerrari
2015-2017 Ferrari California T
2016 Ferrari F60 America
2017 Ferrari F12 TDF
2017 Ferrari LaFerrari Aperta
2017-2020 Ferrari GTC4 Lusso
2018-2020 Ferrari GTC4 T
2018-2022 Ferrari Portofino
2018-2022 Ferrari 812
2019-2020 Ferrari 488 Pista
2020-2022 Ferrari F8 Spider
2020-2022 Ferrari F8 Tributo
2021-2022 Ferrari Roma

This is not the first Ferrari recall in 2022. At the end of May, a similar defect was detected in 2,222 copies of 458 Italia, 458 Speciale, 458 Speciale A, 458 Spider, 488 GTB, and 488 Spider produced between March 2, 2010, and March 12, 2019. Then the owners of supercars in China were invited to the services.

In 2021, Ferrari warned about the malfunction of all 458 and 488 supercars produced over 10 years — they also had a brake fluid leak. At that time, the automaker had not yet figured out how to fix the defect, so owners of potentially dangerous cars were advised to refrain from traveling until invited to repair.

Source: NHTSA