Porsche is recalling 128 of its 911 GT3 and GT3 RS cars after a problem was discovered with buttons that operate the traction control and suspension systems.
Affected cars were built between September 28 and November 9, 2007. It has been confirmed that some of them were sold in the UK.
Owners are being contacted to take their cars to a dealer, who will rectify the problem free of charge in less than an hour.
The problem lies with the traction control and active suspension buttons on the car's centre console.
Although Porsche says it has no evidence of the buttons failing, it says it has discovered there is the potential for them to switch themselves off.
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