Kevin J Lee

New Mazda RT24-P race car unveiled

Mazda has unveiled its RT24-P race car at the Los Angeles Auto Show that will race in the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship. It will make its racing debut at the 2017 Rolex 24 at Daytona in late January and compete under Daytona Prototype international (Dpi) rules in the Prototype class, …

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Alfa Romeo Stelvio crossover makes official debut

Alfa Romeo’s first crossover, the Stelvio, has been unveiled ahead of its official debut at the Los Angeles Auto Show. Based on the Alfa Romeo Giulia rear-wheel drive ‘Giorgio’ platform, the Stelvio is named after the spectacular mountain pass in the Italian Alps. Two engines will be on offer at …

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2017 Mitsubishi ASX on sale now in Australia

Mitsubishi has introduced the new-look 2017 Mitsubishi ASX with the brand’s latest Dynamic Shield front styling. The updated styling brings the ASX in line with the Outlander and Pajero Sport. Along with the new gloss black and chrome finished front grille and bumper, the ASX also gains a new shark …

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Hyundai unveils Creta STC small pick-up concept

It seems Hyundai is indeed getting serious about breaking into the pick-up segment, with the company showcasing its second pick-up concept at the 2016 Sao Paulo Auto Show called the Hyundai Creta STC concept. Based on the company’s Creta B-segment SUV for the Brazilian market, the STC (which stands for …

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2018 Holden Commodore previewed in rendering

This could be the all-new 2018 Holden Commodore Australians would be driving in two years’ time – if RM Design is to be believed. The renderings, based on recent spy shots of the car’s prototype, show a highly sculpted bonnet and new grille along with an Audi A7-esque fastback rear. …

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2016 Jaguar F-Pace 20d Review

If you are late to a party, you better make a grand entrance and that’s exactly what Jaguar has done with the new F-Pace. Inspired by the company’s gorgeous F-Type Coupe, the F-Pace is anything but bland, turning heads wherever it goes. The F-Pace is also a sign that no …

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2017 Volkswagen Mk7 Golf facelift officially unveiled

The updated 2017 Volkswagen Mk7 Golf has been revealed in its full glory, bringing a range of cutting-edge technologies, more fuel-efficient engines and better equipment. Highlights include the ‘Discovery Pro’ infotainment system with gesture control, a range of online services including ‘Guide & Inform’ as well as ‘Security & Service’ …

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Facelifted 2017 Volkswagen Golf leaked ahead of official debut

A series of grainy photos purported to be the facelifted 2017 Volkswagen Golf have leaked online ahead of the model’s official unveiling later tonight. Read the official 2017 Volkswagen Mk7 Golf facelift reveal here Posted by Quattroruote magazine, the update – described as a major facelift by the carmaker – …

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Skoda unleashes more powerful Octavia RS 230 in Australia

Skoda has unleashed its most powerful Octavia RS to date in Australia, the RS 230. Packing 169kW and a tweaked styling, the RS 230 rolls into showrooms priced from $41,490 plus on-road costs for the 6-speed manual sedan. Utilising the same 169kW/350Nm turbocharged 2.0-litre direct-injected four-cylinder petrol engine and electronic …

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SPIED: Updated 2017 Mercedes-Benz G-Class

An updated 2017 Mercedes G-Class prototype has been spotted undergoing winter testing. Affectionately known as the G-Wagen by aficionados, the model is the oldest in Mercedes-Benz’s lineup, with little changed since its debut in 1979. The 2017 update will be the most significant in the model’s life, which started of …

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Volkswagen’s MQB platform to last another two generations

As a further sign of Volkswagen Group’s cost cutting measures due to the ‘Dieselgate’ fallout, the company will reportedly stretch its MQB platform out for another two generations. Used as the basis for many of the group’s small and medium sized front-wheel drive and all-wheel drive vehicles, the flexible architecture …

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