Lamborghini has issued a recall for the company’s Gallardo models built between 2004-2006 that were equipped with high pressure steering lines.
This follows several incidences where the Gallardo spontaneously combusted, the most recent one happened in Oslo, Norway. The recall will affect up to 1491 vehicles.
According to the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, which issued the recall, the high pressure steering lines could leak and spill fluid onto hot components. This could potentially start a fire, turning the raging bull into a raging blaze.
Owners of the supercar are urged to contact their local Lamborghini Service Centre for an inspection promptly, where the affected parts may be replaced.