Lamborghini recalls Huracan sports cars over wrong headlamp software 

Bologna, Italy  – January 22, 2024 –  Lamborghini (OTCMKTS:VWAGY) has announced a recall for 7,805 2015-2024 Huracan sports cars over a problem with headlamp adjustment, which could increase the risk of a crash when driving at night. 

The recall is similar to another one conducted last year for the virtually same issue.

Recall summary  

Outside of the U.S, the lighting system on these cars is equipped with software that allows users to adjust the horizontal position of the headlamp for left-hand driving. 

Due to a manufacturer error, the affected vehicles sold in the U.S. had this feature installed. This may lead to the headlamps being “improperly adjusted.”   

Recall risks

The risks of improperly adjusted headlamps are explained in this article about a similar recall by Subaru.

Background of the recall

Lamborghini previously recalled 4,796 Huracans in February 2022 over a similar issue, caused by a missing cap that allowed users to adjust the headlight beam beyond the allowed settings. 

Other Lamborghini recalls

There are no other major Lamborghini recalls for the affected vehicles at this time.

The repair

Dealers will update the vehicle software to disable horizontal headlamp adjustment free of charge.

Owners will receive letters with more information  by February 1, 2024. 

Is your vehicle a part of this recall?

Almost 8,000 cars are affected by this Lamborghini headlamp recall. To do a Lamborghini recall check and see if yours is one of them, please use MotorSafety’s free vehicle lookup tool.

Joseph EstabilloLamborghini recalls Huracan sports cars over wrong headlamp software