If you drive in your fancy Ford GT supercar on the Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca, you will definitely not see that fire burns out of the engine behind you. Expands, not Ford, especially after one, broke in flames earlier this year in Germany. The American car maker has issued a revocation for its beautiful fly-bell supercar. and will solve the problem of flare outbreaks through a software update.
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So far, only one owner has been affected by the problem. The driver, who walks at Instagram muc.collector, drove randomly through Munich, Germany when his car was taken on fire. Fortunately, neither the 52 year old driver nor his son was injured. The car itself had only 43 kilometers on the mileage, which means there was a likely mechanical problem, not caused by a crash or reckless driving. Ford was so good to replace the driver's GT for free.
However, when all Gorilla Glass-windscreen GT sells for $ 450,000, Ford is likely to handle the issue sooner than later.