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just because a car that’s limited to just 12 units – three coupes and nine roadsters – and costs $4.5 million each, doesn’t mean it’s impervious to technical malfunctions. the ultra-limited lamborghini veneno found that out the hard way after the national highway traffic safety administration (nhtsa) included the ridiculously powerful and obscenely expensive supercar among a list of lambos that are at risk of catching fire. according to a report, lamborghini submitted to the nhtsa, issues in the fuel tank’s evap could cause liquid fuel to get into the evap system in certain circumstances. this includes filling the fuel tank to the brim and “particular handling situations.” we can only ume those handling situations include instances when a car’s fuel is getting splashed inside. hard accelerations, perhaps? super tight cornering? sudden brakes? in any event, if the fuel does end up into the evap system, there’s a good chance flammable vapor can escape, which in turn could ignite and cause a fire. in addition to the exclusive veneno, the recall also affects 2012 to 2017 model years of the lamborghini aventador and all of its variants, of which the veneno. all in all, a report from bloomberg indicates that a total of 1,453 lamborghinis are affected in the u.s. and around 4,500 units all over the world. like with most recalls (this one is without question is a high-profile one), owners of affected cars should expect to be notified by lamborghini, which in turn will schedule an appointment to have the evap system fixed with all the repairs coming at no cost to the car owners. so if you have an affected lamborghini aventador or one of the 12 venenos that are also affected, exercising caution when driving your cars would be a great idea. better yet, why don’t you keep it under the sheets, at least until lamborghini fixes the issues. continue after the jump to read the full story.

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