The second-generation Genesis G80 has been spied doing hot laps around the Nurburgring Nordschleife.
Although the first spy images of the new sedan appeared only a few weeks ago, this latest G80 prototype is wearing significantly less camouflage.
With the car bra ditched, we can clearly see the new model's much sleeker shape and many of its design details, including the more heavily raked rear windscreen, plunging boot line, and integrated boot spoiler.
The Kia Telluride, like the models strutting the catwalk this week, was dressed up to the nines when it made its debut at Brandon Maxwell’s Texas-inspired show during New York Fashion Week.
Appropriately, the Telluride on display in New York is a one-of-a-kind model dressed up with off-roading gear, including bash plates, unique bumpers, a snorkel, spot lights, new side steps, and a tailgate-mounted spare tyre.
Chevrolet has revealed the newest addition to its Colorado line up, the ZR2 Bison.
Co-developed with American Expedition Vehicles (AEV), a firm best known for modifying Jeeps, the ZR2 Bison picks up a number of off-road focused additions over the ZR2.
Chevrolet claim AEV went over the vehicle and “identified parts of the truck that would be most vulnerable off road and set about strengthening them.”
Volkswagen has recalled the seven-seat Tiguan Allspace again, this time over concerns about the rear shock absorbers.
According to the company, the gas-filled shock absorbers on the rear axle may have an incorrect weld on their lower securing eye, which could come loose and affect the car's handling, posing an accident risk.
A total of 39 cars are affected in the campaign – a VIN list is attached here.
Mercedes-Benz Australia has recalled its ML, GL, GLE and GLS model lines over concerns certain vehicles could spring oil leaks.
The manufacturer reports that oil foam may develop "under dynamic operating conditions" in the oil reservoir of affected vehicles, if the oil level drops too low.