Swedish supercar manufacturer Koenigsegg has announced that it is recalling a single American delivered Agera model due to a faulty tyre presume monitoring system.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) says that the faulty monitoring system would not illuminate an indicator light when the vehicle was restarted. Interestingly, the single owner did not report the possible problem.

The issue with the faulty system revolves around the fact that if information about the tyres are not available, a potential problem may be unnoticed leading to an increased risk of a crash.

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  1. Ouch! Does it have to be returned to Sweden for repair?
    If memory serves me, the McLaren F1 had a data port that could transmit DTC’s back to corporate in UK and if major repairs were necessary, the vehicle was shipped back at McLaren’s cost. Am I remembering that correctly?
    I imagine that the Agera has a system for transmitting info back to corporate. Manufacturer has to eat that 1st class round trip for the Agera? (I would hope so, for the $$$$$$ that beast costs!)
    Anyone know?


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