Lamborghini is recalling nearly 8,000 Huracans in the US due to adjustable headlights

Headlight problem 2015-2024 Lamborghini Huracan models in the United States prompted the automaker to recall 7,805 examples nationwide.

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The recall reveals that Huracan models built between July 30, 2014 and October 30, 2023, sold in the United States, have an infotainment feature that allows the headlights to be set for left-hand drive, known as tourist mode. . Additionally, the announcement reveals that the adaptive front lighting system may have been modified outside of production specifications for the US market.

Problem for Lamborghini is that under the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards no horizontal adjustment of a car’s headlights is permitted. Lamborghini traced the problem back to incorrect implementation of the rules in the vehicle’s infotainment software.

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    Lamborghini is recalling nearly 8,000 Huracans in the US due to adjustable headlights

Product inspections conducted in Japan first revealed the irregularity of available headlight functions on November 15 of this year. Lamborghini continued to investigate the abnormality over the next two weeks and decided to withdraw the car on November 30.

Fortunately for the brand and its owner appeal does not require any mechanical modifications. All that’s needed to fix the problem is an infotainment software update that disables Touring Mode and the Adaptive Front Lighting system, ensuring the Huracan meets local safety standards.

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Owners of affected Lamborghini Huracan models will be notified of the recall by registered letter and via the customer app.

The Huracan will soon be replaced after a long and highly successful production run. A few heavily camouflaged prototypes of its successor have been shot up close in recent months and it’s clear that the car will look completely different to the Huracan, drawing significant design inspiration from the hybrid Revuelto. While it will look the part, it sadly ditches its predecessor’s naturally aspirated 5.2-litre V10 in favor of a twin-turbocharged V8.

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