American Special Vehicles (ASV) has issued a recall for the 2019 model-year Ram 1500 and 2500 pickup lines over concerns of brake failure.
The local conversion firm says "on some MY19 RAM 1500 and 2500 vehicles the master cylinder pushrod clip is not secured correctly".
"The master cylinder pushrod which is connected to the brake pedal pin may dislodge and become difficult to operate or fail, resulting in the brake pedal becoming inoperable."
Mazda Australia has issued yet another recall for the new-generation 2019 model-year 'BP' Mazda 3 small car, this time for faulty rear-view mirror glass in entry-level 'Pure' models.
According to the Japanese manufacturer "the interior rear-view mirror glass may detach from the mirror housing" due to a "manufacturing error".
Henrik Fisker has teased his titular automaker’s upcoming electric SUV will come with a massive, opening sunroof.
Fisker tweeted the as yet unnamed 2021 Fisker SUV will be available with something he refers to as the 'California package'.
The option will make the SUV “all open, without being a soft top”. This could also mean the roof will retract entirely à la the Jeep Wrangler, albeit without the use of a fabric top.
Audi has added a raft of safety and convenience features to its A5 45 TFSI quattro models, as the company looks to reverse its local sales slide.
The range-topping A5 45 TFSI quattro is powered by a 2.0-litre four-cylinder turbocharged petrol engine making 185kW and 340Nm, hooked up to a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission. Quattro all-wheel drive is standard, naturally.
The Genesis GV80, the company's first production crossover, has been spied undergoing testing on public roads in Germany.
Although this GV80 prototype is wearing camouflage all over, as well as some tight-fitting black clothes, we can see it is heavily inspired by the GV80 Concept from the 2017 New York motor show.