An issue with the seatbelts has forced 78 Mercedes-AMG supercars back to the dealerships.
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The 2017-18 Mercedes-AMG GT C has been recalled over concerns about the seat belt.

According to the company, the seat belt could jam in the guide loop, making it loosen from the driver and not retract when moved.

If the belt loosens, it may not effectively restrain the occupant, increasing their risk of injury if there's an accident.

A total of 78 cars are affected by the recall – a VIN list is attached here.

Mercedes-AMG will contact owners and advise them to organise a free fix with their nearest Mercedes-Benz dealership.

A copy of the original recall notice can be found here.