Porsche recalls 6,072 Taycan EVs in China over faulty child seat installation

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Incorrect wiring of rear seat belt latch harness may result in improper mounting of child seat

Porsche has announced a recall for 6,072 Taycan electric vehicles (EVs) citing an issue with rear seat belt latch harness in some of the vehicles that may not be wired correctly and could interfere with the fixed locking bar in the ISOFIX fixing port in the right rear seat, according to a statement released by China's State Administration for Market Regulation (SAMR) on 16 May.

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