German luxury car manufacturer Porsche has recalled select Panamera and Cayenne models over a possible engine stalling issue.
The affected models include Porsche Panamera S, Panamera 4S, and Panamera Turbo manufactured between 2010 to 2012. The Panamera and Panamera 4 produced between 2001-2012 also face the same issue.
The engine stalling problem was also found on the Cayenne S and Cayenne Turbo models built in 2011. The recall notice states that the affected models' camshaft controllers might come loose. Which would result in an engine stall and it will increase the possibility of a crash.
Porsche dealerships will solve the engine stalling issue by replacing the fastening screws for the camshaft, free of charge. The recall affects nearly 18,000 Porsche models in the US market.
The Porsche recall suggests that even the best in the business can have issues with their cars. Although the issue is not a major one, still poses a threat when it comes to the safety of the occupants.