Hyundai Australia has extended its recall for turbocharged versions of the Kona crossover, adding 1115 MY19-plated vehicles to a brake recall first issued in January.
"During assembly the vehicles may not have had the front brake tube fitted correctly," Hyundai says in the recall notice.
"The tube may come in contact with the exhaust system and the braking performance could be compromised. In addition, a fire could result."
There could be a go-fast Ford Puma ST on the way, according to a new report out of the UK.
Speaking with Autocar, Ford's global development boas, Hau Thai-Tang, said the all-new Puma crossover "would be a good place for [Ford] to look" with regards to expanding the ST line-up in Europe.
Tesla owners will soon be able to stream Netflix and YouTube on their infotainment systems, but video streaming won't be available on the move... for now.
As is his wont, Elon Musk announced the news on Twitter, telling his followers the "ability to stream YouTube & Netflix when car is stopped coming to your Tesla soon! Has an amazingly immersive, cinematic feel due to the comfy seats & surround sound audio".
Volkswagen Australia says nearly half of its current sales volume is accounted for by models equipped with 4Motion all-wheel drive, which is "double the industry average".
According to the German brand, 44 per cent of its passenger and SUV sales feature all-paw traction, while 62 per cent of its commercial vehicle and people mover sales are 4Motion.
The facelifted Opel Insignia Sports Tourer has been snapped by photographers at the famed Nurburgring circuit in Germany, hinting at what's in store for the Holden Commodore Sportwagon.
Like previous prototypes we've seen recently, the refreshed Insignia/Commodore will don revised designs for the front and rear fascias, with rejigged lighting at both ends and subtle changes to the bumpers.