Renault boosts LCV warranty to unlimited kilometres
Renault has extended its light-commercial vehicle warranty to unlimited kilometres, instead of the existing 200,000km cap.
The new warranty term applies to all new vehicles sold after November 1, 2018. Although the kilometre cap has been lifted, the three-year term remains.
It applies to the compact Kangoo, the mid-size Trafic, and the large Master. The wider range maintains its five-year term, while Renault Sport vehicles are still covered by a three-year policy.
The McLaren 720S Stealth Edition has been unveiled overnight, continuing a long line of one-off MSO takes on the mid-engined rival to the Ferrari 488.
Developed by McLaren Special Operations (MSO) for the marque's London dealer, the Stealth Edition has an exterior finished in Sarthe Grey paint, said to be inspired by the McLaren F1 GTR which won the 1995 24 Hours of Le Mans.
Cupra, the newly spun-off performance division of Spanish manufacturer Seat, is planning an extensive model rollout in the coming years – according to a new report.
Spanish publication Periodismodel Motor claims the go-fast sub-brand intends to launch an additional seven models before 2021, joining the current Cupra Ateca SUV.
Mitsubishi to lead Alliance dual-cab development? Not so fast, says Nissan
Mitsubishi recently claimed – somewhat boldly – it would lead dual-cab development for the next generation of vehicles under its alliance. According to a senior figure inside the Nissan camp, that leadership role mightn't be as clear cut.
Jaguar Land Rover previews predictive traffic light technology
Jaguar Land Rover has previewed a new driver assistance feature, dubbed the Green Light Optimal Speed Advisory system (GLOSA).
JLR claims the system, once developed, will be able to communicate with approaching traffic lights through the use of vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2X) technology.