Maserati is recalling its GranTurismo and GranCabrio models in Australia due to a potential problem with the door latches.
The Italian carmaker has identified a weakness with the latch mechanism, which may have been manufactured with insufficient heat treatment.
In the event of a collision, the doors may open unintentionally, increasing the risk of injury to passengers.
A total of nine vehicles are targeted for the recall.
Rolls-Royce is recalling its Phantom Series II, due to a potential problem with the side curtain airbags.
The carmaker says the airbags may not deploy correctly during a collision, increasing the risk of injury to the vehicle occupants.
It is unknown how many vehicles are involved in the recall, but all were sold in Queensland between July 1 and October 30 of this year.
Maserati and Rolls-Royce will attempt to contact affected owners shortly, but any owner wishing to learn more about these recalls should contact their local dealer.
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