Ford Australia has recalled the EcoSport SUV over concerns about the engine timing belt tensioner.
According to the company, engine vibrations could make the timing belt tensioner fail, resulting in a loss of engine timing. That could lead to damage, or an engine shutdown.
If the engine shuts down on the move, there's a risk of injury to the driver and other road users.
A total of 160 units are impacted by the recall – a VIN list is attached here.
Having created a race-ready Amarok V6 last year, Volkswagen Australia apprentices are preparing a special Arteon capable of hitting 100km/h in less than four seconds for the 2019 World Time Attack Challenge in Sydney.
The boosted Arteon will have an exterior wrap by Simon Murray, a prominent Sydney street artist, but the really exciting changes hide beneath its skin.
The BMW Vision iNext has been revealed officially just a day after photos of it were leaked online.
According to Harald Kruger, BMW's CEO, the Vision iNext answers the question: "What does a vehicle look like which no longer needs to be driven by a person but can be if desired?”
Ford Europe has announced meaningful updates to the S-Max and Galaxy people movers, amid growing speculation they won't be offered for all that much longer.
The headline upgrade is a new 2.0-litre EcoBlue diesel engine, offered in 88kW, 110kW and 139kW tunes. It'll be coupled with an eight-speed automatic or six-speed manual, depending on spec, while both front- and all-wheel drive will be offered.