The auto manufacturer based out of Stutgart, Germany is recalling 887 of its model year 2011-’12 two-door coupes world-wide, 235 of which were sold here in the U.S. About 10 percent of Porche vehicles manufactured between May 31st and June 10th, 2011 contain the defect, which include the model year 2011 GT3 RS & 911 Speedsters, as well as model year 2012 911 Carreras, 911 Targas, 911 Turbos, 911 Boxters & Caymans.

The problem lies in a flaw within the safety-belt design. The safety belt anchor plates’ mounting holes are not proportional to the fastening bolt it is supposed to rotate around when tightening.

Porche has contacted dealers to notify owners of these cars and examine their safety-belts and replace as needed.