Toyota has recalled the current-generation Prius, over concerns about the engine wire harness.
According to the company, the harness connected to the Power Control Unit could come into contact with the connector cover and wear over time, creating the risk of an electrical short.
If the issue generates enough heat, there's a risk of fire.
A total of 795 cars are included in the campaign – a VIN list is attached here.
Tesla: Paint options cut to streamline manufacturing
Tesla has narrowed its selection of paint colours on offer from seven to five, in an attempt to streamline manufacturing processes.
Previously offered as a $2100 option, Obsidian Black Metallic and Silver Metallic will now cost $2800 in Australia and be considered "off-menu, limited edition" colours. The decision is a global one, not just for our market.
Lexus ES to debut digital exterior mirrors in Japan
The seventh-generation Lexus ES will be available with a new exterior camera system, which replaces the traditional set of wing mirrors.
Vision from the cameras is displayed on 5.0-inch screens mounted at the base of the A-pillars. Whenever the driver uses the car's indicators or engages reverse "the system automatically enhances the corresponding area".
A prototype believed to be the upcoming Bentley Continental GT Speed has been spied in Europe this week, giving us a first look at what to expect from the hotted-up luxury sports car.
Key differences from the current new-generation Continental GT include blacked-out elements where chrome would normally be, two extra coolers on each side behind the mesh of the front bumper, and different alloys at the rear
DS, luxury arm of the PSA Group, has teased its upcoming DS3 Crossback in a short social media video ahead of a full reveal later this week.
The new crossover will give the French brand a competitor to the likes of the Audi Q2, and sit below the larger DS7 Crossover in the brand's line-up.