I would take it in to dealer since it is under warranty and let them check it out, leaking oil is not good even a small leak!
Could you guys please send more photos so I can show to my dealer, TKS!Mine also leaks from what looks to be the front cam shaft oil seal. I've taken the cover off and it's dry inside. As it's just a mist that attracts a bit of dust it can wait ;-)
Just checked mine and I also have the same problem.Mine is leaking on the front timing belt cover as well. I pulled the cover off and the belt was dry. The cam seal must be leaking or something. Be careful if you remove the cover. You have to remove the exhaust to take it straight off. If you don't have the exhaust off you can only pull it away to inspect the belts. And if the edge of the timing belt cover touches the belts or tensioners you will deposit oil/grease onto them. So if you don't trust yourself, don't take the timing cover off.
How many of the rest of you have oil wetness along the front timing belt cover??
I like oil on my fries.Yeah, if you have time to get into contact with the dealer, this is the stuff warranties were made for. I'd like to hear about the process of getting it fixed. I like my oil to stay on the inside of the engine.