No matter how much money you spend on a car, there is a small chance that the automaker will have to call it back, like what happens with Pagani.

Pagani issued a recall for 16 copies of the Hypercar Huayra BC. This vehicle batch encompasses all production in the United States between October 18, 2016 and August 1, 2017. It also includes coupe and convertible variants. To put the recall’s scope into context, Pagani only built 20 coupes in total.

Fortunately, it looks good to sit still too.


The problem is with the battery management software. A bug in the software can prevent the battery from supplying enough power to the vehicle, posing a safety hazard. Pagani is not aware of any injuries or collisions related to the defect. The bug was found during standard vehicle testing, and he confirmed the bug with help from the battery manufacturer.

Replacing the battery with one that does not contain the bug is all it takes to remedy the problem, which Pagani will take care of … eventually. He has yet to provide a timeline for the fix, or indicate when he will begin notifying owners. The automaker is probably still trying to find a way to tell the owner of a $ 2.5 million car that their vehicle has a defect. I would be pissed off too.

It’s not even the first time that Pagani’s latest hypercar has been recalled. The non-BC variants of the Huayra were recalled in 2016, after discovering that the driver’s front airbag may not be correctly attached to the steering wheel.



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