The fault could compromise a vehicle’s braking and handling, according to the manufacturer.
The affected vehicles were sold between 2019 and 2020 (stamped Model Years 2019-2020).
The recall notice, lodged with the Department of Infrastructure, says: “A component within the brake assembly may not meet manufacturing specifications – If the component is not manufactured correctly the brake calliper will not operate correctly, the result of this would be a reduction in expected braking performance and handling of the vehicle.
“A loss of braking performance may increase the risk of an accident causing injury or death to vehicle occupants.
“Affected vehicles owners to contact their McLaren Dealer to make an appointment to have the work carried out at no charge.”
Drive has contacted a spokesperson for McLaren in Australia to confirm if there have been any local occurrences of the fault. This story will be updated when more information becomes available.
Vehicle identification numbers for the two vehicles involved in the recall can be found here.
To have your vehicle checked, find your closest McLaren service centre by clicking here.