It appears that Audi, BMW, Ferrari, Lamborghini and Tesla aren't the only companies that seem to have issues with cars self immolating.

According to word on the street, the Porsche 911 (991) GT3's deliveries have been halted until an investigation on the vehicle has been completed.

GTspirit is saying that "no less than five cars" have caught fire and that this is the result after the vehicle prompts the driver with a low oil pressure message. In addition, one vehicle only had 60 kms on its odometer.

As of now there's no official word on the vehicle's deliveries and if they're taking place. There's only an unsourced claim and according to GTspirit Porsche said they are "investigating the case," and it will "inform customers and the public" ASAP when results are found.

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...deliveries of the 2014 Porsche 911 GT3 are being suspended following a spate of fires since the car went on sale late last year. This speculation has come to surface following a recent blaze which completely destroyed a silver 991 911 GT3 in Switzerland...

...While speaking with Axis of Oversteer, a source close to Porsche said this, “Effective immediately and until further notice, delivery of any new 2014 911 GT3 units must be suspended. This Stop Sale action is being taken in order to investigate a quality issue that potentially exists with the engine of the subject vehicles. While additional details are not readily available, please know this matter is of the highest priority in the Porsche organization”

Update: Porsche told GTspirit that they are investigating the case and, if necessary, will inform customers and the public as quickly as possible about the results of the investigation.

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RUMOR: Deliveries Of The All-New 2014 Porsche 911 (991) GT3 STOPPED Over Fires

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