Subaru Australia has issued a recall for the 2018 Liberty and Outback over concerns vehicles may not display the correct driving range.
The Japanese manufacturer reports affected models could feature a programming error in the Combination Meter Display (CMD), which could cause the driving range indicator to display an inaccurate reading for the distance before refuelling.
Porsche has added a new Clubsport Package to the GT2 RS options list, further burnishing its track-ready nature.
The headline addition is a new, FIA-approved steel roll cage where the seats are fitted to more mundane Porsche 911 variants. It's bolted into the chassis behind the front seats, and works with an FIA-approved fire extinguisher and six-point harnesses to make the car more race-friendly.
Ghosn was planning Renault Nissan merger before arrest - report
Prior to his sensational arrest earlier this week, Carlos Ghosn was reportedly working on a merger between Renault and Nissan.
Sources close to Nissan's board have told the Financial Times Ghosn was attempting to engineer a merger in order to make the partnership between the two companies "irreversible".
Mini has confirmed a new stripped out John Cooper Works GP is being developed, ahead of an on-sale date at some point in 2020.
Previewed by the John Cooper Works GP concept revealed in 2017, the car will follow in the footsteps of the 2006 JCW GP and 2012 JCW GP. Both those cars had just two seats, manual transmissions and roll cage, and both were built in very limited numbers.
Nissan money secretly used to buy houses for former CEO - report
Reports from Japan indicate Carlos Ghosn, current chairman of Nissan and its former CEO, was arrested on-board his private jet.
Sources have told NHK funds from Nissan and its affiliates were used to purchase and renovate luxury homes for Ghosn's personal use in Paris, Amsterdam, Rio de Janeiro, and Beirut.