Ford has unveiled the new, track-only GT MkII at the 2019 Goodwood Festival of Speed.
Thanks to its can't-miss-it spoiler package, the Ford GT Mk II makes 400 per cent more downforce than the road-legal GT. Changes include the protruding rear wing and diffuser, and new splitters, diffuser, louvres and dive planes at the front.
Fiat Chrysler Australia has recalled the 2010 Jeep Cherokee over concerns about the brake pedal linkage clip.
According to the company, the car might be fitted with an incorrectly-manufactured brake pedal clip, which could make the brake booster input rod detach from the brake pedal.
If the brake booster detaches from the pedal, the car could lose its brakes, increasing the risk of injury or accident to the driver and other road users.
New-car sales have hit the brakes in the biggest slowdown since the Global Financial Crisis a decade ago – and the federal election hasn’t provided the “bounce” the industry was counting on.
While there was an initial surge reported in the days that followed the May ballot, the bounce has turned into a dead ball, according to industry analysts.
Lee Iacocca, father of the Mustang, saviour of Chrysler, dies age 94
Lee Iacocca, father of the legendary Ford Mustang, has passed away due to complications related to Parkinson's disease.
Born on October 15, 1924, in Allentown, Pennsylvania, Lido Anthony Iacocca was the son of Italian immigrants. His father Nicola started his working life as a hot-dog seller.
The second-generation Renault Captur has been unveiled overnight, riding on the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance CMF-B architecture first used by the latest Clio.
Like the Clio, the new Captur has C-shaped headlights. The crossover also utilises a similar design for its tail-lights.