Audi and Jaguar are facing issues with the e-tron and I-Pace overseas, with the German marque issuing a recall over a potential fire risk, while the British brand is investigating a report of a fire in Europe.
In the US, Audi has issued a safety recall for the e-tron quattro over concerns water can get into the charging port. Should this occur, water could get into the vehicle's electronics and cause a battery fire.
Volkswagen Australia has recalled the 2018-19 Tiguan Allspace, over concerns regarding an issue with the rear springs.
According to the company, a certain material used in a 'limited production period' for the rear springs wasn't approved. As a result, there's a risk a rear coil spring will break and damage the rear tyres.
If the spring does break and damage the tyres, there's a risk the driver will lose control and cause an accident.
McLaren has revealed pricing for its 600LT Spider in Australia, as the limited-edition convertible touches down locally.
The car will be hard to come by; McLaren's Asia Pacific boss confirmed barely 50 will reach our shores between coupe and convertible.
British supercar maker McLaren is on a mission to reverse its first sales slide since launching in Australia, after deliveries dropped by 24% last year.
After more than tripling its annual sales from 2012 to 2016 – from 23 to 93 deliveries – McLaren peaked with 116 vehicles reported as sold in 2017. However, sales hit the brakes in 2018 with just 88 finding buyers locally.
UPDATE: The 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLB is now on sale in Australia. Read our review here.
Mercedes-Benz has finally revealed its long-teased GLB, an upright seven-seat compact SUV that’ll slot in between the GLA and GLC in the range — albeit not until the third quarter of 2020, once right-hand drive production warms up.