Market leader Toyota has finally bowed to public pressure and will boost warranty coverage from three years to five on every new model sold from January 1, 2019.
The warranty will extend to seven years on the engine and drivetrain on “properly maintained vehicles” that are equipped with genuine Toyota parts.
Private buyers will get a five year/unlimited kilometre warranty while commercial and business fleets will get a five year/160,000km warranty.
Geely has teased a new 'coupe SUV' model, codenamed FY11, but full details about the car have yet to be released.
Up front the FY11 sports an angular headlight shape, and an iteration of its concentric or "expanding universe" grille design.
The company claims the car's "powerful daylight running lights give [it] a strong predator cat appearance".
The new Mercedes-Benz GLB has been spied again, this time during testing in Europe's Arctic north.
Compared to earlier spy photos, this latest prototype is wearing just a little bit less camouflage. Externally, though, it doesn't really reveal much we didn't already know.
A potential customer for the Porsche Taycan has revealed its naming structure, proving the company isn't quite ready to let go of internal combustion norms just yet.
Alex Roy, an American journalist with a pre-order slot for the pure-electric Porsche, posted a picture of a letter from the company on Twitter, revealing the three models will be labelled Taycan, Taycan 4S and Taycan Turbo.
Subaru is getting ready to launch a track-ready WRX STI in the USA, in the form of the S209.
At the moment, the only preview for the car is a video published by Subaru America, dubbed From Japan with Love.
It shows a heavily camouflaged WRX STI hammering around Virginia International Raceway, suggesting whatever is getting ready for release will be meaningfully different to the stock STI.