Skoda has revealed the Scala Monte Carlo, bringing a sportier trim level to its all-new hatchback range.
Like other Monte Carlo models in the Skoda line-up, the Scala Monte Carlo picks up extras like blacked-out exterior design elements for the grille, mirrors and badging, along with black 17-inch alloys as standard – with larger 18-inch rims available as an option.
McLaren has recalled the 2019 Senna, over concerns about an issue with the engine's wiring harness.
According to the company, a part of the car's wiring harness could come into contact with the 'metal link pipe heat shield' and chafe, damaging wires within the harness.
If damage occurs to the wiring harness, the engine could stall, misfire or rupture its exhaust system, possibly causing a loss of power. That increases the risk of an accident or injury to the driver and other road users.
CarAdvice and J.D. Power survey: The future of electric vehicles in Australia
CarAdvice and J.D. Power have teamed up to uncover what car buyers think the future holds for electric vehicles (EVs) in Australia.
The range of electric vehicles available in Australia is slowly growing, with models like the Jaguar I-Pace and Tesla's range at the top end, and offerings like the Nissan Leaf, Hyundai Ioniq Electric and Hyundai Kona Electric at the more affordable end.
Tesla adds web-surfing function to infotainment systems
Mobile phones are huge nowadays but sometimes you just want to view a website on a bigger screen, and a Tesla’s touch screen certainly dwarfs your phone.
To satisfy those of you who want to browse the internet in your Tesla, the company is deploying an over-the-air software update that’ll allow Aussie owners to do just that. The functionality was previously available only in overseas markets.