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Porsche (China) Motors Limited to recall imported 911 vehicle
Commencing from today, Porsche (China) Motors Limited will recall one of the imported 2020 911 vehicles manufactured on 12 February 2020. The recall was filed by Porsche China to the State Administration for Market Regulation in accordance with the Defective Automobile Products Recall Regulation and its implementation measures.
On the affected vehicle, due to a process error in production, there is a possibility that individual connection points on the body were not executed, which could lead to insufficient vehicle body strength. An increased risk of injury to the occupants could not be ruled out in the event of a crash.
Upon the recall taking effect, Porsche China will commission all authorised service centres nationwide to inspect and repair the connection point of the recalled vehicle free of charge to avoid any consequential damage.
Porsche China will notify the relevant owner via registered mail, phone call, text message, etc. Affected users are encouraged to visit Porsche China's official website http://www.porsche.com/china or call the toll-free customer service centre hotline on 400 820 5911 or contact Porsche authorised dealers to find out more information about this recall. Users can also visit the website of the Defective Product Administrative Centre of the State Administration for Market Regulation (dpac.samr.gov.cn、www.recall.org.cn), or its WeChat account (SAMRDPAC) for more information. In addition, users can also call the hotline of the Defective Product Administrative Centre of the State Administration for Market Regulation at 010-59799616 to report the problems in the implementation of the recall or submit defect evidence.
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