Ghosn may have hidden $95 million in pay from Nissan - reports
When Carlos Ghosn was arrested a few weeks ago, he was accused by Nissan of under-reporting his income in official stock exchange filings. Now details are beginning to emerge of just how he managed it.
Various reports have suggested Ghosn hid between ¥5 and ¥9.5 billion ($60 to $110 million), with Bloomberg estimating a figure around $95 million.
Jaguar Land Rover won't have a presence at the Geneva motor show in March 2019, according to a new report from Europe.
Autocar is reporting the British marques are "looking at the effectiveness of each motor show individually" and, rather than paying to attend the 2019 show, will pour the money into its own launch events.
The long-range Hyundai Kona EV has had its range downgraded on the WLTP test cycle, after the company discovered its external test agency hadn't followed the correct test procedure.
Kia last week downgraded the range of its e-Niro for the same reason. The re-rating means the 39kWh Kona is rated for 289km instead of 300km, while the 64kWh model is officially good for 449km rather than the 470km initially promised.
2019 Jeep Wrangler handed devastating 1 Star Euro NCAP result
The all-new 2019 Jeep Wrangler has been given a stinging one-star safety rating in the latest round of assessments from independent body, Euro NCAP.
The fourth-generation JL Wrangler, revealed earlier this year, was already out of the running for a five-star rating due to its lack of autonomous emergency braking at launch.
2019 Suzuki Jimny, Vitara: Australia Day launch locked in
Suzuki Australia has confirmed the hotly-anticipated 2019 Jimny and facelifted 2019 Vitara Series II will officially go on sale Down Under as of Australia Day next month (January 26).
Pricing and specifications for both model lines are yet to be announced at this stage, but the company continues to cite strong interest for the all-new Jimny, which already has "well over 200 pre-orders" in Australia.