Ferrari Australasia has issued a recall for select MY17-18 vehicles across the 488, GTC4 Lusso and 812 Superfast model lines over concerns of a fuel leak that could pose a fire risk.
According to the Prancing Horse, affected models could have a manufacturing defect that causes an 'abnormality' in "the fuel vapour separator component located between the evaporative emissions canister and the fuel tank".
"The abnormality poses a risk of fuel vapour leakage, which may result in a fire," Ferrari says.
There's a total of 235 units included in this recall, sold from 1 November 2017 through 31 October 2018 – a VIN list is available here.
Owners of the affected Ferrari models are urged to contact their local dealer to arrange the replacement of the fuel vapour separator, which will be carried out free of charge.
For more information, contact 1800 234 392. You can also view the original recall notice here.