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2021 Jaguar F-Type may go electric, BMW V8 also a possibility

Jaguar’s next-generation F-Type – currently not slated to arrive until 2021 – may be designed as an all-electric vehicle, while a BMW-sourced V8 could also be on the cards.  Speaking with Autocar, Jaguar Land Rover’s head of design Ian Callum commented that the replacement for the six-year-old F-Type is still a …

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2019 Mazda3 spied with interior shots

The next-generation Mazda3 hatchback has been spotted testing on the streets of Germany ahead of its global debut at the Los Angeles motor show later this month. Heavily camouflaged, the new model can be seen opting a more mature interpretation of the brand’s Kodo design that embodies the essence of Japanese …

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Ford Focus Active soft-roader to join all-new Focus range in 2019

Ford Australia will introduce its Subaru XV-rivalling Ford Focus Active locally in 2019 in what will be the most comprehensive Ford Focus line-up ever offered in this country. Sourced from Germany and riding on the Focus’ new-generation C2 platform, the Focus Active promises to combined rugged SUV-inspired styling with an …

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Lamborghini unveils one-off, road-legal SC18 track car

Meet the Lamborghini SC18, a one-off, road-legal track weapon built by the Italian supercar maker’s motorsport division, Lamborghini Squadra Corse. Based on an Aventador, the SC18 was designed in synergy with the customer and Centre Stile Lamborghini, and is set to pave the way for further personalised development projects for …

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First Look: 2019 Toyota Corolla Sedan

The new four-door version of the world’s best-selling car has made its global debut at Auto Guangzhou in China more than a year ahead of its expected arrival in Australian showrooms. The all-new Toyota Corolla Sedan, now entering it’s twelfth generation, promises improved driver engagement, comfort and refinement while bolstering …

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Renault Captur S-Edition quietly checks in from $32,990

Without much fanfare, Renault Australia has introduced a new Captur range-topper – the S-Edition – that brings more power and more kit to the party.  Priced from $32,990 drive-away, the introduction of the S-Edition variant brings a brand-new engine with it – a 1.3-litre turbocharged petrol unit that has been …

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Subaru WRX STI Diamond Edition is the most powerful STI ever

Officially registered in April 1988, Subaru Tecnica International, or STI as it’s more commonly known, has been synonymous with performance and racing for three decades. To commemorate it’s 30th anniversary, Subaru is introducing the WRX STI Diamond Edition, the most powerful factory produced STI ever built. But before Subaru fans around …

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BMW announces 1 Series Shadow Editions, here early 2019

BMW has confirmed the introduction of two blacked-out special versions of its 1 Series hatch for 2019 – the 118i and 125i Shadow Editions – which add extra kit and bring a tough new look at no extra cost. Slated to hit showrooms early in the new year, the special …

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Aston Martin’s first SUV to be called the DBX

Aston Martin has confirmed its first-ever SUV will be known as the DBX. The announcement comes as the first development prototype hits the ground along the demanding Welsh Rally stage to begin its grueling test programme. The high-riding DBX will be Aston Martin’s answer to the Maserati Levant and to …

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2019 Range Rover Evoque previewed in wire form sculptures

Land Rover has started its countdown to the world premiere of the new Range Rover Evoque with a fleet of wire form sculptures inspired by the new model. The full-scale artworks stopped pedestrians in their tracks at locations across London. Blending simple lines with modernity, the 1:1 scale wire forms …

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Next-gen Audi TT to sprout a set of rear doors, debuts by 2020

Remember the four-door Audi TT Sportback concept from 2014? Well, the model has reportedly been given the green light by Ingolstadt and could arrive as soon as 2020. According to Auto Express in the U.K., the more practical TT Sportback was scheduled to be introduced shortly after the concept’s debut …

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Jaguar goes rally with F-Type Convertible

Jaguar has developed two F-Type Convertible rally cars, with design cues from the F-Type Chequered Flag Limited Edition, to continue its celebration of 70 years of sports car heritage since the XK 120 was revealed in 1948. The one-off F-Type rally cars also pay homage to the Jaguar XK 120 …

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2019 Toyota HiLux gains TRD goodies

Toyota’s in-house Customizing & Development arm, which carries out motor sports activities and customised parts development under the TRD brand, has released TRD parts for the HiLux ute just as a special specification “Black Rally Edition” HiLux was announced. The road – or off road – going HiLux can now …

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First look: 2019 Mitsubishi Triton

The popular Mitsubishi Triton has been given a fresh new look and more driver-assistance technology for 2019. Set to go on sale in January 2019, the new Triton has been completely re-skinned for a tougher look and now adopts Mitsubishi’s handsome new “Dynamic Shield” corporate face featuring high-mounted headlights and …

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