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Spied: BMW 2 Series Gran Coupe hits the road

The BMW 2 Series Gran Coupe rumour mill has been turning since 2013, even before the 2 Series Coupe was launched. Anticipation got even higher with a 2016 speculation that an M2 Gran Coupe was in the works. We can speculate no more now as BMW has brought out to …

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Mid-engined, RHD 2020 Chevrolet C8 Corvette Stingray confirmed for OZ

The radically overhauled 2020 Chevrolet C8 Corvette Stingray has been confirmed for Australia, with the iconic American sports car being built in right-hand drive for export markets around the world. Dave Buttner, Chairman and Managing Director of Holden, said: “The news that Corvette will now be built in right-hand drive …

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Ford introduces Black Shadow Pack for MY2020 Mustang GT

Ford Australia has introduced a raft of eye-catching new colours, as well as greater personalisation options for the MY2020 Mustang GT Fastback. The model can now be optioned with a new Black Shadow Pack for $1,000. It adds: Black painted roof Black bonnet stripes Black side stripes Unique 10-spoke dark …

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Lotus unveils 1,492kW all-electric Evija hypercar

The Lotus Evija hypercar has made its world debut at an exclusive event in London. Billed as the world’s first all-electric British hypercar, striking two-seater EV tasked with re-establishing Lotus as a leader of engineering and design. Said to be the most powerful and dynamically accomplished road car Lotus has …

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2020 Mitsubishi Pajero brings added safety, improved infotainment

Mitsubishi today announced the Australian arrival of its 2020 Pajero, which has been updated with added safety features and improved infotainment connectivity. The streamlined Pajero range now includes the GLX and GLS models, with the top-spec Exceed variant discontinued. “The authenticity and capability of the Pajero is what our customers …

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BMW M5 Competition joins Victoria Police

BMW Australia has expanded its police presence in Victoria with the delivery a specially-liveried BMW M5 Competition to the state’s policing force. Joining the existing fleet of BMW 5 Series police vehicles, the one-off M5 Competition will enter service as the force’s most powerful and quickest Highway Patrol car ever. …

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Next-gen Mitsubishi Lancer may be based on the Renault Megane 

The last-generation Lancer is arguably Mitsubishi’s longest running model, with production stretched across a full decade, starting from 2007 to 2017. The retirement of the ninth-generation model also signified the end of the road for the storied nameplate, which could be traced to way back in 1973 with the debut …

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Porsche committed to naturally aspirated engines, manuals for next decade

Old school and prefer naturally aspirated engines and manual transmissions? Porsche hears you and intends to keep building both for at least the next 10 years. Speaking to Australian publication What Car recently, Porsche GT boss Andreas Preuninger likens driving a high revving, naturally aspirated engine with a manual transmission …

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Bentley blasts into the future with electric EXP 100 GT Concept

Bentley has unveiled its latest concept called the EXP 100 GT, a stunning fully electric luxury Gran Turismo designed to preview what Bentley customers would be driving in 2035. Featuring a sleek and muscular body that explores the brand’s future design direction, it incorporates the company’s unmistakable DNA, with the …

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MINI goes full electric with Cooper SE

Urban mobility with purely electric drive can now also be experienced in a MINI with the new Cooper SE. As the first solely electrically powered model of the British brand, the Cooper SE features a 135 kW/270Nm electric motor driving the front wheels. An innovative driving dynamics system with wheel …

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2019 Audi A6 price and specification

The eighth generation Audi A6 goes on sale this month, bringing numerous new innovations to the segment including mild hybrid powertrains, a touch responsive multimedia interface and next generation in matrix LED headlights. The new A6 line-up will consist of two petrol TFSI drivetrains: the 55 TFSI quattro, with its 250kW/500Nm 3.0-litre …

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Peugeot GT models set to get new 8-speed auto

Peugeot Australia has announced its GT model range is set to benefit from an all-new eight-speed automatic transmission that promises to improve fuel economy as well as shift quality. Co-developed with Japanese gearbox manufacturer, Aisin, the new transmission follows on from the adoption of a six-speed automatic across all Peugeot …

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In Detail: More exhilarating 2020 Nissan GT-R Nismo

Nissan has taken the wraps of its 2020 GT-R Nismo which the company says is the culmination of two of Nissan’s most important nameplates: GT-R and Nismo. The former is celebrating its 50th anniversary and packs a long racing pedigree and global fan following, while Nismo – which stands for …

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Mercedes-Benz CLA Coupé range opens with CLA 200 from sub-$60k

A sharper new design, more interior space and meaningful technology upgrades highlight the second generation of the Mercedes-Benz CLA Coupé. Available now in Australia, the CLA 200 is priced from $59,500 plus on-road costs. The new entry-level model into the CLA range kicks off a model rollout that will expand to …

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