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Chargefox, Australia’s largest public electric vehicle (EV) charging network, has expanded with the opening of two additional ultra-rapid 350kw charging stations in Karuah and Shell Cove, New South Wales.
The hugely successful Aston Martin Continuation car programme, which started in 2017 with the DB4 GT Continuation, has set the standard for the creation of new-build heritage cars around the world. With DB4 GT Continuation, DB4 GT Zagato Continuation and, soon, the DB5 Goldfinger Continuation models, Aston Martin is showing its class-leading expertise in this highly specialist field.
Britain’s biggest car maker has set up the service, called Pivotal, so customers can experience either the latest technology from the smarter, more refined and premium Jaguar range, or trial the unrivalled breadth of capability, versatility and luxury offerings of the Land Rover range, swapping between models when it suits them.
Mazda Australia has today announced ground-breaking Skyactiv-X M-Hybrid powertrain will be introduced in Australia on 2020 World Design Car of the Year, Mazda3 from August, and on 2020 World Car of the Year Finalist, Mazda CX-30 from September.
When you think of Toyota, what do you think of? Do you think of the mind-numbing drudgery of an ancient creaking Corolla, whose rust is held together with lashings of lovingly applied house paint? Or, do you think of being in a far-off land, cradled gently in the ample bosom of a LandCruiser Sahara?
The McLaren 720S GT3 and Compass Racing will make its season debut this weekend at IMSA’s WeatherTech 240 AT DAYTONA, part of the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship
The 2021 Toyota RAV4 Prime will break ground as the most powerful and quickest RAV4 ever, hitting dealerships this summer with a starting MSRP of $38,100. The RAV4’s first-ever plug-in model has up to 302 horsepower with an ability to do 0-60 mph in a projected 5.7 seconds, which makes it the quickest four-door model in the Toyota lineup.
A recent survey from JP Morgan says 42 per cent of Australians are going to be driving to their next holiday location but the team at Navman Australia who help a lot of people take safe road trips, believe the numbers could be a lot higher.
Volkswagen's halo vehicle - the Touareg V8 TDI R-Line - arrives in October as the headliner in a revised range of new Euro 6 diesel engines including more powerful and fuel efficient V6s.
Land Rover has confirmed the new commercial Defender 90 and 110 models will restore the Hard Top name to its rugged 4x4 family.
Bentley has today announced details of the new Bentayga – the definitive luxury SUV, and the first car launched under Bentley’s Beyond100 business plan. With more than 20,000 Bentaygas handcrafted since the car’s launch – more than any of its competitors – the new Bentayga is set to build on an incredible success story to date.
The benefits of Kia’s industry-leading 7-Year capped price servicing have just improved with the opportunity to be part of the Kia Kash promotion.
BMW of North America launched a new campaign in celebration of Pride Month and the LGBTQIA+ community, entitled “Driven By Pride.” The campaign featured various activations, including BMW’s participation in a special broadcast event by NYC Pride, support of The Trevor Project’s “Pride Everywhere” campaign, and communications across BMW’s digital channels.
Audi Australia has collaborated with the award-winning creators of the Netflix series, Chef's Table, to produce a feature-length documentary about Artificial Intelligence – the most radical new technology of our time. Following on from its Australian theatrical premiere in December 2019, MACHINE, will make its debut on free-to-air television at 8:30pm (AEST) Sunday, June 28th on SBS Viceland.
Karma Automotive today announced that the Karma SC2 was named Robb Report’s Best of the Best 2020: Category Winner Concept Car for its harmonious blend of world-class luxury design and engineering
Following victory at the season-opening Superloop Adelaide 500 in February, the Ford Performance Mustang of Shell V-Power Racing’s Scott McLaughlin recorded two pole positions, two victories and a third place, extending his championship lead to 49 points after two rounds.
The last model with a combustion engine left the assembly line today at the Zwickau car factory. The seventh generation Golf R Estate1 with 2.0-litre petrol engine in Oryx White Pearl Effect was produced for a customer in Germany. From today on, only electric models of Volkswagen and in future also of the sister brands Audi and Seat will be produced in Zwickau. The leap into the modern automobile age has been a long one: since 1904, cars with combustion engines have been built in Zwickau - initially for many years, including Horch models,
Hyundai Motor has released a new walkaround video of Vision T, first revealed at the Los Angeles International Auto Show last fall. In the video, Head of Hyundai Design SangYup Lee explains the key characteristics of the concept car’s design: dynamic architecture, sharp edges and straight lines, and geometric design features called “parametric dynamics."
The U.S. Army Contracting Command–Detroit Arsenal announced today that GM Defense LLC, a subsidiary of General Motors, has been awarded the production contract to build, field and sustain the Army’s new Infantry Squad Vehicle (ISV).
In celebration of Alfa Romeo’s 110th anniversary on June 24, 2020, fans of the brand, otherwise known as "Alfisti," paraded modern and classic vehicles on the track at the Alfa Romeo Museum, taking the opportunity to capture a memorable photo of cars in an “AR 110” formation. The museum reopened its doors for this event, providing access to both media and public, and following all current health and safety guidelines.