Ferrari has been forced to recall 23,555 cars due to a potential problem that could cause the brakes to lose function and result in an accident.
The company from Maranello also recalled almost 10,000 cars due to the same problem in October last year, and now that number is more than double.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration states that the brake fluid reservoir cap may not be properly vented, and improper reservoir venting may lead to fluid leakage and partial or possible brake failure. It goes without saying how serious the matter is, so blame is inevitable.
The recall affects various models manufactured in 2005 and later, namely the Ferrari 430, Ferrari 612 Scaglietti, Ferrari California, Ferrari 612, Ferrari FF, Ferrari F12 Berlinetta, Ferrari LaFerrari, Ferrari, California T, Ferrari F0, Ferrari F0 Aperta, Ferrari GTC4 Lusso, Ferrari GTC4 T, Ferrari Portofino, Ferrari 812, Ferrari 488 Pista, Ferrari F8 Spider, Ferrari F8 Tributo and Ferrari Roma.
The company will also notify owners by email and invite them to replace the brake fluid and reservoir cap completely free of charge.
The previous recall affected the Ferrari 458 Italia, 458 Speciale, 458 Speciale Aperta, 458 Spider, 488 GTB and 488 Spider models.