Bridgestone has completed the purchase of mobile mechanic business, Lube Mobile, with the change of ownership taking place today.
The 15 millionth ContiSeal run-flat tyre has just rolled off the line at the Continental plant in Lousado, Portugal, with ContiSeal tyres rolling out on Victoria Police’s allocation of Volkswagen Passats.
A new high-performance 2.3L Ford Mustang will arrive in Australia in 2020 boasting 236kW and 448Nm of torque – the highest output of any four-cylinder Mustang.
Toyota is recalling 173 Camry, Corolla and RAV4 Hybrids over potential brake booster issues which could cause a brake assist failure.
With the all-new Defender set to be revealed this year, Land Rover Classic has released a range of upgrades from wheels, to suspension and more to keep older Defenders updated.
Both the Tesla Model 3 and Audi A6 have scored five-star ratings from ANCAP after the local crash tester assessed EuroNCAP results.
ZF has revealed its Flying Carpet 2.0 chassis control system which it claims can isolate drivers from the impact of potholes and more.
Kia UK has revealed a one-off Kia Stinger GT240 which boasts a race-car interior and a tweaked engine for more power, up to 300kW+ and 560Nm of torque.
Sumitomo Rubber is working on new technology that could see car tyres generate electricity while driving.
The video showing a Rivian R1T performing a tank turn has been removed from YouTube after Rivian demanded it be taken down.
US off-road guru, Chris Collard, has led a recreation of the 1969 Simpson Desert crossing by Ian McDonald who tagged along on the drive as part of the Jeep BFGoodrich East-West traverse of Australia.
The refreshed 2020 Mitsubishi Pajero Sport has been revealed in Thailand today where it’s on-sale now, but we won’t see it Down Under until early next year.
ZF has successfully demonstrated an external side airbag for cars that doesn’t react like a traditional airbag but actually predicts the collision and becomes an additional crumple zone.
Last week Volvo issued a recall for more than 3000 vehicles in Australia, the recall has rolled out globally with 507,000 vehicles caught up because of the potential for the engine bay to catch fire.
The Jaguar XE SV Project 8 has beaten its own lap record of the Nurburgring to set a new four-door production car record of 7min 18.361sec.