Ford has acquired Spin, an dock-free electric scooter sharing service operating in 14 locations across the United States.
Neither company has commented on the cost of the purchase, but sources have told Axios it is around US$100 million ($141 million).
In an interview with Automotive News Sunny Madra, head of Ford X, the company's mobility incubation arm, stated Spin, under Ford's wing, will launch in around 100 cities over the next 18 months.
Holden Special Vehicles (HSV) has recalled the 2018 Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD over concerns about the park brake cable.
According to the importer the fitting at the end of the cable might become detached during use, posing a risk of the park brake releasing unexpectedly.
A total of 107 units are included in the campaign – a VIN list is attached here.
HSV will contact owners of the affected vehicles and advise them to get in touch with their dealer for a free fix.
The Nissan Frontier Sentinel concept has been revealed at the São Paulo motor show, designed by the company's Brazilian design studio as a rugged rescue vehicle that can handle any terrain.
Finished in eye-catching Thunder Blue, the Frontier Sentinel is based on the standard Frontier dual-cab ute – known locally as the Navara.
Subaru developing new light hatch, planning WRC return - report
Is Subaru preparing a new model, and a return to the World Rally Championship? A report from Japan claims it's a yes on both counts.
According to Japanese website Spyder7, Subaru is developing a Yaris-size vehicle, which would bridge the gap between its Japanese-only kei cars and the Impreza.
A hotted-up version will reportedly be powered by a 1.8-litre turbocharged four-cylinder boxer developed predominately for the next-generation Levorg wagon.
Toyota Australia has issued a recall notice for the 2012-13 86, over concerns about the valve springs in their engines.
The campaign is the same one we reported on the Subaru BRZ, Impreza, Forester and XV this morning. The issue could make the valve springs crack, resulting in a sudden power loss while driving and a risk of the vehicle not restarting.
A total of 5407 units are included in the campaign – a VIN list is attached here.