Italian supercar brand Ferrari is recalling a small number of 458s and Californias across the world, according to British magazine Autocar.

A total of 206 cars of 13,000 built are affected by the problem, which is caused by an incorrect finish to the crankshafts used in the cars. The problem causes unwanted vibrations, which can damage the engine if it is not changed. A Ferrari spokesman said;

We are writing to all clients affected now, asking them to return the car to a dealer for the work to be done.

2012 Ferrari California

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