Kia is having to recall around 71,000 Sorento and Sportage SUVs due to a potential fire risk caused by a tow hitch component – more specifically, the hitch’s wiring harness (tow hitch) circuit board.
Mitsubishi has shared trim and range details for the remodeled 2023 Outlander PHEV coming later this year. The returning 2.4L 4-cylinder engine gets a reworked electric system to work with, giving the SUV a 61-km all-electric range, or 40 percent more than previous. There will be five trims in the offering altogether.
Tesla is proceeding with a recall of over one million vehicles to address a software issue that could cause the power windows to close on objects like fingers, or worse. The campaign affects a number of Tesla models of recent vintage, and the fix will be done via over-the-air updates.
Dodge this week introduced the 2023 Challenger Black Ghost, the sixth of seven ‘Last Call’ editions that will accompany the last edition of the Challenger model. This edition is inspired by the famous 1970 Dodge Challenger RT SE that was owned by Godfrey Quails.
Mitsubishi has presented the new, second-generation RVR, though for now we’re talking about the ASX sold in Europe and other markets. The next ASX/RVR, essentially a re-badged Renault Captur, is set to launch next year, likely as a 2024 model.
Mercedes-Benz’s AMG performance division has presented the new Mercedes-AMG C 63 S E Performance, the most powerful C-Class to date. In fact, AMG is touting this as the most-powerful 4-cylinder production model in the world.
Volvo will debut a technological advance called the Driver Understanding System in its next electric vehicle, the EX90. We can expect more partial revelations about the model before its unveiling on November 9.
Ram brand CEO Mike Koval Jr. confirmed during the recent Detroit Auto Show that the company will present its all-electric Revolution Concept pickup at the Los Angeles Auto Show in November. The production version is set for 2024.
The new sixth-generation 2023 Honda CR-V, which for the first time includes a hybrid version in Canada, gets a starting MSRP of $34,790, or $3,000 more than last year.
We expected to see a lot of things at the Detroit Auto Show, but a car flying in the skies above was not one of them. Auto123 had the opportunity to see the Icon A5 put on an airborne display.