McLaren Artura Recall Announced Just Months After Launch

McLaren Artura Recall Announced Just Months After Launch

The problem lies with a faulty nut on the car’s high-pressure fuel line, which can allow fuel to escape and potentially cause a fire due to its proximity to hot engine components. The issue was discovered in June 2022 when an Artura with just 1,000 km on the clock suffered a fuel leak after being driven on the track. The leak was traced back to the left-hand high-pressure fuel pipe, where the nut connecting the line to the pump outlet had come undone.