Porsche is recalling 887 models of their 2011 and 2012 two-door coups for possible seat belt defects. 235 of the cars are being recalled in the United States. The luxury car manufacturer says that the seat belt anchors may have been improperly installed, which could cause them to be too loose and not adequately secure passengers.
The models being recalled are: the 2011 GT3 RS and 911 Speedsters as well as the 2012 911 Turbos, 911 Carreras, 911 Targas, Caymans, and Boxsters. Fortunately, no reports of injuries or accidents have been filed as a result of the seat belt defects. The US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says that only about 10% of Porsche's vehicles are affected by the recall. The defective seat belts were installed between May 31 and June 10.
If you or someone you love has been serious injured due to a seat belt malfunction, contact the Racine seat belt defect lawyers of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. at 800-242-2874.