Alfa Romeo has recalled the 2017-2019 Giulia and Stelvio, over concerns about an over-reading fuel gauge.
According to the company, the "instrument panel shows more fuel than what is actually present in the fuel tank". If drivers run out of fuel, the engine will cut out, putting drivers and other road users at risk of an accident.
A total of 1683 cars are included in the recall – a VIN list is attached here.
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2024 Lamborghini Aventador replacement could have a V8 - report
Those excited for the next-generation Lamborghini Aventador will have to wait until at least 2024 for the V12-powered supercar's replacement, according to a report from Automobile – It’s also not clear whether it’ll even have a V12.
Volkswagen CEO, Herbert Diess, is looking to find efficiencies and increase profits within the Volkswagen Group empire and he’s putting the squeeze on Lamborghini.
BMW X5, X7 M50d temporarily removed from Australian line-up
BMW Australia has been forced to temporarily stop accepting orders for the quad-turbo X5 and X7 M50d, robbing it of a diesel flagship for its big SUVs.
At the moment, the M50d accounts for 16 per cent of X5 sales and 12 per cent of X7 sales.
Both X5 and X7 M50d models are powered by a 3.0-litre inline-six diesel engine with four turbochargers, putting out 294kW and 760Nm.
Acura, luxury arm of Honda, has teased its upcoming Type S concept ahead of a full reveal at Monterey Car Week on August 15.
The marque released the above image and a shadowy preview video (below), showing a vehicle "with a powerful stance and expressive silhouette".