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Ford has announced three recalls of pickup trucks and SUVs in the North American market. The recall campaign targets specific problems with the Bronco, Explorer and F-Series Super Duty models.

The largest recall involves four-door Broncos released last year. In total, almost ten thousand cars are subject to inspection due to a malfunction of the child lock on the rear left door. The problem identified by the concern’s quality control team is related to a change in the production process.

A smaller recall targets nearly 2,000 four-year-old Explorer units to address problems with cameras in the rear. Also, 73 Ford F-Series trucks were recalled due to defective optics.

In addition, a hybrid Porsche 911 is preparing for its imminent debut. This will be the first 911 with such a power plant.

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