Rolls-Royce Recalls Exactly One Car

That’s right — not one vehicle type but literally one car.

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Automotive recalls are fairly commonplace within the industry; however, what is markedly less frequent is when a recall notice only affects one vehicle.

That’s right — not one vehicle type but literally one car.

Well, that’s what happened this week when automaker Rolls-Royce filed a notice that one 2015 Rolls-Royce Ghost contained an improperly labeled air bag.

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The automaker says that the affected luxury sedan (which costs upwards of $300,000) can be quickly fixed and that they will notify the owner.

The other kicker?

This 2015 Rolls-Royce Ghost hasn’t even been delivered to its North American owner yet.

The Financial Times reported that this recall (surprisingly) isn’t the only time a single-car recall has occurred. Apparently, a 2002 Porsche 911 Carrera and a 2013 Koenigsegg Agera supercar were also singled out in years past.

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