Migliaccio & Rathod LLP is currently investigating Porsche over reports that their 2020-2021 Taycan model vehicles are prone to sudden and total loss of power while in use. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) recently announced a probe into the potential defect, citing numerous complaints received from owners of the luxury electric sedan. The complaints describe a complete drivetrain failure that can occur while the vehicle is stationary or in motion. Over half of the complaints claim that vehicle owners were unable to restart their Taycans following the abrupt and dangerous loss of power. Each complaint alleges that the loss of power occurred without advance warning and that an error message displayed only during or after the vehicle had already stalled. NHTSA estimates the defect could affect upwards of 12,146 Taycan vehicles.
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