Media: Rolls-Royce withdrew because of problems with airbags one car


LONDON, November 11. Amid numerous reviews of leading brands of various problems of an infinite number of cars, the luxury car maker Rolls-Royce set a record for minimalism.

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Based in the British Isles, the company purchased in 1998 by BMW, was forced to send a notice of withdrawal… only one machine in the US – famous Ghost models release of 2015 due to “problems with side airbags”. This is stated in a statement released on Wednesday by the newspaper Financial Times statement, Rolls-Royce.

According to the report, it is “about the incorrect labelling on one of the airbags”. The defect was detected during inspection of the car by employees of the company prior to delivery to the customer who ordered it.

However, talking about any risk in this case is not assured in the company. “This is a good opportunity to demonstrate attention to Rolls-Royce to detail,” explained staff.

According to Rolls-Royce, which sold last year in the world market more than 4 thousand such cars, the car with the defect issued in January at the plant in Goodwood (the English County of East Sussex). The manufacturer of the airbags is not called.

In recent years, 12 companies have recalled at least 19 million cars because of problems with airbags company Takata, is reminiscent of the Financial Times. It is also expected that the Volkswagen group will be forced to withdraw, according to the newspaper, more than 11 million vehicles in connection with using software that allows you to bypass American environmental regulations.

Ghost – smallest car in the lineup “rolls-Royce”, weighing 2.3 tons, was put into production in 2010.