The quintessence of a success story. For some it is the ideal culmination, for Porsche only an interim stage in the journey. To coincide with the fiftieth anniversary, the new 911 RSR is the most concentrated form of this classic sports car they’ve ever produced.
Toyota is recalling 870,000 of its 2012 and 2013 Camrys, Venzas and Avalons, including hybrid versions of those cars, because (get this) a spider may create a web in a small tube which might cause condensation to build up and drop on the airbag electronics causing the bag to unexpectedly deploy.
Just in time for Halloween!
This is really no laughing matter as an accidental airbag deployment can cause injury or an a vehicle collision, but the timing is seemingly eerie, isn’t it?
So far, Toyota is aware of three airbag deployments as a result of this and 35 cases of warning lights coming on, Toyota spokeswoman Cindy Knight said. In the cases Toyota has investigated, the only consistent cause of the blockages has been spider webs. Knight could not say if spiderwebs caused every incident, however.
We don’t know about you, but trying to parallel park is more than enough of a “car trick” for us. But take a look at this amazing car tricks at a recent motor show.