In documents published with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration last week, General Motors said the few thousand 2020 Corvettes with outdated software will allow owners to drive the car with the frunk partially open.
The additional 7,071 Corvettes recalled will need a specific software fix to ensure drivers can’t operate the car at high speeds with the frunk partially open.
Another 7,071 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray vehicles are the subject of a new recall surrounding the mid-engine sports car’s front hood, otherwise known as the frunk.
Right now, if owners ignore visual and audible alerts that the frunk is not totally closed, the component is at risk of flying up while driving.
2020 Chevy Corvette subject to another frunk recall https://t.co/TEJmmWqCdD— CNET News (@CNETNews) September 8, 2020