Just under 20 vehicles included in campaign, which sets out to fix faulty rear anti-roll bars.

Porsche has recalled 17 examples of the current-generation '971' Panamera, over concerns about the rear anti-roll bar.

According to the company, the connecting links on the rear anti-roll bar can't be guaranteed over the service life of the car because of a manufacturing defect. If the links are badly damaged and become detached, there's a risk surrounding suspension parts might be damaged, creating a risk of diminished handling capabilities.

A total of 17 untis are included in the recall – a VIN list is attached here.

Porsche is asking affected owners to contact their nearest dealer to arrange an inspection and free fix on the car.