Cadillac has revealed the all-new CT5 sedan, which will replace the ageing CTS in the brand's line-up.
Scheduled to make its public debut at the New York motor show next month, the CT5 sports a mini-me design drawing upon the larger CT6 – which will be retired at the end of the year – and will compete with the likes of the BMW 3 Series and Mercedes-Benz C-Class.
Audi Australia has issued a recall for the previous-generation 2015 and 2016 model-year A4 and A5 fitted with V6 petrol engines, over concerns of a fire risk.
The German luxury marque reports affected vehicles feature the 3.0 TFSI V6 'EA837 Evo' engine, which can experience fuel escaping from one or both fuel rails on the low-pressure side.
Mitsubishi has recalled the MY2014 and MY2014.5 Outlander PHEV, over concerns about an airflow sensor in the internal-combustion engine.
According to the company, the airflow sensor in the petrol engine could fail. If the problem occurs, the car's performance will be diminished, causing the EV warning lamp to come on.
The petrol engine could stop when the EV warning lamp comes on, which means the battery won't be charged and the car mightn't start.
2020 Chevrolet Corvette delayed over chassis flex - report
The eighth-generation Chevrolet Corvette will shift from its traditional front-engine rear-wheel drive setup to a mid-engine layout.
Initially expected debut in the early part of 2019, the radically redesigned sports car has reportedly been pushed back to the end of year.
Sources have told Hagerty three reasons for the delay: bugs in the new electrical architecture, flexing of the car's structure in high-power variants, and disagreements between designers and engineers.
Toyota and the Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) have confirmed an agreement to "consider the possibility of collaborating on international space exploration".
Since May 2018, the two organisations have been working together on a rover concept, which would allow humans to explore the lunar surface in a pressurised vehicle.
The concept unveiled by Toyota this week is roughly 6.0m long, 5.2m wide, and 3.8m tall.