Karim Habib, the head of design for Infiniti, has left the company, and will be replaced by Taisuke Nakamura.
UPDATE: Infiniti has confirmed Habib's departure
Nakamura will take up his position as Infiniti's design chief from September 1. Nakamura has been with Nissan since 1993, when he graduated from Kyoto City University, and has been Infiniti's program design director since 2018.
His credits include Infiniti QX Inspiration, Prototype 10, and Qs Inspiration concept cars.
Ferrari has recalled the 2016-18 GTC4 Lusso and Lusso T over concerns about cables in the driver's door,
According to the company, the layout of a cable in the driver and passenger doors creates tension on the door lock, and could make the cable retainer break, preventing the doors from opening on the external handles.
In an emergency, occupants may not be able to get out of the car, posing a hazard and increasing their risk of injury.
Fiat 124 Spider is 'profitable', but successor seems unlikely
It might be a slow seller, but the Fiat 124 Spider is still a "profitable business" for the Italian brand.
In an interview with Autocar, Fiat CEO Olivier François said the car remains in the black "only because of the joint venture" with Mazda.
The next-generation Nissan Juke has been previewed once again, this time with a set of official camouflaged images from the Japanese manufacturer.
Scheduled to be revealed next month – likely at the Frankfurt motor show – the new Juke gets a coupe-aping silhouette like the outgoing model, and will offer alloy wheels up to 19 inches in diameter, reiterating its more athletic pitch.