The carmaker reports that, on certain models, the primer that bonds the glass to the roof assembly “may not have been to the correct specification”.
This issue could potentially lead to the glass panel detaching from the vehicle, Land Rover says. If this occurs while driving, the panel could collide with other vehicles, or move others to swerve.
The recall affects 30 Discovery 4 vehicles, sold in 2012 and 2013.
Affected vehicles fall into the VIN range SALLAAAF4CA642486 to SALLAAAG5CA647258.