Australia recalls Audi e-tron GT models from 2020-2024

A recent recall notice from Audi has raised concerns for the safety of certain 2020-2024 Audi e-tron GT and RS e-tron GT vehicles. The recall affects a total of 369 vehicles, with potential issues related to the high-voltage battery that could lead to a vehicle fire over time.

According to the recall notice issued by the Department of Infrastructure, a manufacturing issue with the cell modules in the high voltage battery could cause a short circuit and thermal overload, posing a significant safety risk to vehicle occupants, other road users, bystanders, and property. As a result, Audi is taking proactive measures to address the problem and ensure the safety of affected vehicles.

Affected owners will be contacted by Audi Australia to schedule an appointment at their nearest authorized Audi dealership for a battery inspection. Any identified defects will be repaired at no additional cost to the owners.

For those concerned about whether their vehicle is included in the recall, a list of affected VINs can be found on the recall notice website. Owners can also contact Audi Australia directly for more information or to schedule an inspection.

It is essential for affected Audi e-tron GT owners to take this recall seriously and address any potential safety issues promptly. By working together with Audi to address these concerns, owners can help ensure the safety of themselves and others on the road.

In conclusion, the safety and well-being of vehicle occupants and the public are of utmost importance. Audi’s swift response to this recall emphasizes their commitment to ensuring the safety of their customers and the quality of their products. For more information and to stay updated on this recall, visit the official Audi website.

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