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GM Chevrolet Right-Hand Drive Production
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GM Chevrolet Right-Hand Drive Production

General Motors (owner of Australia's own Holden) has announced that future models from its Chevrolet brand will be available in right-hand drive for the first time. This is great news for us as it opens the doors for Holden to bring some of the American muscle cars to Australia...


Citroën Cruise Crosser
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Citroën Cruise Crosser

Citroen is no stranger to big half-track vehicles. Back in 1922 Andre Citroën built a six-wheeler that made the first motorized crossing of the Sahara Desert, and now Citroen is back at it again with this: The Citroen Cruise Crosser, an all-terrain concept vehicle produced by the Espera Sbarro School in partnership with Citroën Styling...


Mitsubishi Evo X at Geneva
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Mitsubishi Evo X at Geneva

Mitsubishi has put their proud Evo X concept on display at the Geneva motorshow (its a shame it didn't come to Melbourne!). Initially on display at the Detroit Motor Show in January 2007, Prototype-X is a design study for the new Lancer Evolution X due to be launched this year. The Prototype-X is based on the all-new Lancer sports sedan due to be launched in America in March...


2007 BMW M3 Concept
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2007 BMW M3 Concept

The current 3 Series BMW is a brilliant car, with the 335i model sitting at the top of the range, the new M3 has been missing from the stable for quite sometime. But after months of speculation and numerous spy images, BMW showed off the M3 Concept during BMW’s conference at the Geneva Motor Show...


New Audi A4 From $45,900
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New Audi A4 From $45,900

What do you think when you see a German car drive past? The general consensus is simple, you think class, you think money, you think image. Basically the Germans have got it right as far as image goes. However these days German cars are starting to come down in price. With VolksWagen producing cars in China and BMW and Mercedes both launching their small cars, the BMW/Mercedes badge has started losing a bit of its glamour...


2007 Toyota Corolla
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2007 Toyota Corolla

17th May 2007 Update : Details of the new Corolla found here The Corolla is up for replacement this year with an all-new sedan version of the world's best-selling car set to go on sale in the second quarter this year. Toyota will also lunch a new hatch version at the same time...


2007 Lexus LS600hL V8 Limo
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2007 Lexus LS600hL V8 Limo

If you thought Toyota wasn't serious about Hybrid technology, you'd be wrong. There is this presumption in the minds of many motorists today that Hybrid technology is just a fad, one which is fueled by political correctness and the need to be green. However this is far from the truth...


Honda Civic Type-R Confirmed for Australia
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Honda Civic Type-R Confirmed for Australia

Thank you Honda! Someone in charge at Honda Japan got hit with the logic stick and finally gave the green light for Honda Australia (who have apparently been asking for the Type-R for sometime) so we get our hands on Honda Civic Type-R. Honda fans can now officially rejoice! There is no longer a need to put a fake Type-R sticker on your Civic as the real thing will be here from around July...


2007 Honda Accord Euro Limited Edition
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2007 Honda Accord Euro Limited Edition

The Honda Accord Euro has been one of the best selling cars in Honda's history. Over the last few years, Honda hasn't really fiddled too much with the Euro, last year there was a Limited Edition Honda Accord and now its time for a Honda Accord Euro Limited Edition model. The idea of a limited edition model is to bring out the standard model with loads of extra features to help boost sales...


Toyota TRD Aurion
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Toyota TRD Aurion

For Toyota 2007 is a big big year. Firstly, they have created a new brand of cars, Toyota Racing & Development, better known as TRD. Secondly, Toyota is set to release nine new cars this year alone! "Toyota will launch nine new models into seven vehicle segments this year - including the vehicles having their world or Australian debuts at the Melbourne show, by the end of November, Toyota will have replaced or updated almost its entire model line-up in the space of just three years," he said...


3 New Audis in Melbourne - Audi TT Roadster S3 A6 allroad quattro
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3 New Audis in Melbourne - Audi TT Roadster S3 A6 allroad quattro

Audi unveiled three new cars at the Melbourne International Motorshow this morning. The new Audi TT Roadster, Audi S3 and Audi A6 allroad quattro. All three cars are set to go on sale in Australia later in the year. The highlight of the Audi show (apart from the Audi R8 Supercar) has been the Audi TT Roadster...


Chevrolet Camaro Sports Coupe
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Chevrolet Camaro Sports Coupe

The Chevrolet Camaro sports coupe concept is currently on display at the 2007 Melbourne International Motor Show. Whilst there is really no word on if it will be made for Australian roads, it is confirmed for production and sale in North America in the first quarter of 2009...


2007 Holden Captiva Diesel
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2007 Holden Captiva Diesel

Holden has expanded the Captiva SUV lineup with the introduction of a Diesel’s 2.0-litre common rail turbo diesel engine. The Diesel variant is yet another indication that Australians are warming up to Diesel engines. The new Diesel Captiva produces 110 kilowatts of peak power at 4000rpm and 320 Newton metres of torque at 2000rpm and it complies with Euro IV emission standards...


New Honda CRX
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New Honda CRX

Yes, its true! Honda is working on a new CRX! Finally after many years of refusing to build a new CRX, Honda’s thinking has changed. Winding Road reports that whilst it is still early days a serious design proposal is under way at the company’s R&D design studios. For Honda fans the next few months are a crucial time as Honda management will decide whether or not to bring a new CRX into production...


More Toyota Priuses Coming To Australia
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More Toyota Priuses Coming To Australia

Toyota has announced that Toyota Japan has increased the supply allocation for the hybrid-powered Toyota Prius to Australia. Internationally, Toyota has sold nearly 650,000 of the green cars (by end of 2006). With over 185,000 Toyota Prius sold in 2006. The Toyota Prius is the number one-selling hybrid vehicle in Australia (The Civic Hybrid is also worth a mention as it was rated the cheapest Hybrid car to own)...