I doubt you will find much technical info published for newer cars, such as yours, by the manufacturer for the home mechanic. You are left therefore with generic torque setting for various grades and sizes of bolt plus their threads. To further complicate, different settings are published for bare metal fixings with protective coating, dry plated bolts and each of those with anti-seize coatings (grease).
Some generic torque settings here
, noting the torque reduction for lubricated bolt link.