The Swedish car manufacturer Volvo has had to recall more than 100,000 vehicles. This is caused by a software error in the brake control module. Several models of the brand are affected.
Volvo Cars is recalling almost 107,000 cars to workshops worldwide, 7,000 of them in Germany. The reason for this is a potential problem with the software in the brake control module, as a spokesman for the Swedish carmaker announced on Tuesday when asked by dpa.
In rare cases, this can result in electronic brake support functions being lost while driving. In this case, you can still brake using the brake pedal.
Recall affects numerous Volvo models
The recall involves certain 2023 model year versions of the XC40, C40, S60, V60, V60 Cross Country, XC60, S90, S90L, V90, V90 Cross Country and XC90 vehicle models.
On the occasion of a presentation, Volvo’s China boss Qin Peiji gave a vague view of the Swedes’ upcoming Stromer. According to the information, there should be a very elegantly equipped offshoot of the EX90 this year. You’ll find more about it here.