Model-year 2013 Koenigsegg Agera is involved in a recall. Affected is only one vehicle that was manufactured in the year 2012 (December). The recall may seem quite humorous to many people, however, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) paid due diligence to it.
The problem in the affected Koenigsegg Agera is that the tire pressure monitoring system was not up to the US standards. The tire pressure monitoring system might not have illuminated the warning light when the car was restarted. If this occurs, the passengers may undergo serious safety risks.
The automaker found the owner of this single affected vehicle and the dealer fixed the vehicle free of charge. Owners with questions may contact the Koenigsegg's US dealer at 1-212-594-6200 for more information.
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