Supercars being recalled to the garage seem to become more and more frequent. Recently Bentley had to recall three of its flagships and Ferrari arranged a worldwide recall of the 458 Italia due to a combustion problem. Next in line is GM that needs to recall its 2009 and 2010 CTS & CTS-V models because of failure to comply with a federal occupant crash protection regulation.
The problem can be found in the glove box and, in some cars, the instrument panel structure. Cadillac will replace these elements free of charge to owners of affected vehicles. The recall is expected to begin in two weeks on October 20th. Official declaration for the recall is “increased risk of leg injury” for passengers in mentioned models.