The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration noted three recalls with regards to Bugatti Veyron.
Bugatti is going to recall 72 examples of the 2006-2010 Veyron with production dates between October 3, 2006, and January 17, 2010, and the 2010-2011 Veyron Grand Sport from the time between September 29, 2009, to June 30, 2010.
Problem is the fuel gauge, that may show there’s more gas in the tank than there in fact is.
Dealers will change the fuel tank control unit and update the software application in order to fix the problem
It should be noted that Bugatti hasn’t yet informed NHTSA when the recall will begin.
Bugatti is going to recall 13 examples of the 2006-2008 Veyron with manufacturing dates in between October 3, 2006, to December 22, 2006.
Problem with these examples is that the favorable battery cable and the connection to the alternator can corrode. This might cause the cable to get too hot.
None of the injuries have been reported yet.
Dealerships will replace the positive booster cable and generator in order to repair the problem
Same as above, Bugatti hasn’t yet informed NHTSA when the recall will begin.
Bugatti is also going to recall 87 examples of the 2006-2010 Veyron from March 10, 2006, to March 9, 2012, the 2010-2012 Veyron Grand Sport from September 29, 2009, to October 14, 2014, and the 2011-2013 Veyron Super Sport from February 18, 2011, to August 17, 2012.
Problem is with the aluminum plates under the car, which support it throughout lifting, can corrode and potentially remove from the supercar. The plates could end up being a danger to other drivers if this happens during the time when the Veyron is on the road.
In order to repair, dealers will rivet and seal the underbody plates. Bugatti hasn’t yet informed NHTSA when the recall will start.