Would you buy a four-cylinder BMW 7 Series? If you’re in Australia, it seems exceedingly unlikely, at least according to the brand’s local boss.
Confirmation of a four-pot BMW 7 Series came this week when the company quietly added a new 730i variant to its Chinese and Turkish regions, assumedly with more to follow...
If you want a Hyundai hatchback with all the bells and whistles, you’ll buy a Hyundai hatchback with all the bells and whistles – that's the message from the company’s luxury arm Genesis, which will not reach down to the small car segment...
Power, technology, safety and style are all expected when it comes to luxury cars, but new Korean prestige brand Genesis says customer service is the next frontier in the big buck battle.
What does that mean for buyers willing to take a punt on the new marque in the early days, then? Well, in the US – where Genesis has been operating as something of a sub-brand to Hyundai for several years – the inclusions are enticing...
When Mercedes-Benz Cars’ marketing and sales chief Ola Källenius wants to chide an underperforming region somewhere around the globe, he points to the Australian operation as something to aspire to.
Swedish-born Källenius, 46, who also serves as a board member for Daimler AG and has been rumoured as the replacement for current Daimler AG chairman Dieter Zetsche from 2019, spoke glowingly this week on the Australian region...
The long-awaited Hyundai range of N Performance models will stretch to the Korean brand’s newly established luxury arm, Genesis – and the most likely candidate will be the new G70 sedan.
Hyundai North America reaffirmed the name of the new model that will rival the highly successful Mercedes-Benz C-Class and the likes of the Lexus IS, Audi A4 and BMW 3 Series, labelling the car the “G70 sport sedan” during a presentation to global media...
The hugely sophisticated new Mercedes-Benz E-Class will arrive in Australia from June 2016, but key elements of the new model’s autonomous technology suite won’t be available until at least six months after its launch...
The results are in, 2015 was a record sales year for the new vehicle market, with about 1.155 million units sold. Read our detailed breakdown with all the data here.
But in addition, we thought we’d give a rundown of the top brands across the market’s three main broad sectors — passenger vehicles, SUVs and light commercials, because each list is quite different from the greater overall top ten...
Global popularity is one of the reasons you’re unlikely to see revolution when it comes to restyling of the new A4. Take a close look at this new model and while there are some fresh new styling cues, there’s no doubt whatsoever that you’re looking at an Audi A4...
You probably wouldn’t think that moving people in comfort and style would be the job of a courier van.
But that’s essentially what the Mercedes-Benz V-Class is – a pimped out mail delivery van.
It features electric doors on both sides as well as LED headlights with adaptive high beam...
Medium/large cars coming in 2016
Mainstream medium/large cars
Ford Falcon XR Sprint – Q1
Skoda Superb – Q1
Volkswagen Passat Alltrack – Q1
Subaru Levorg – mid 2016
Hyundai / Genesis G80 rebranding – late 2016/early 2017
Luxury medium/large cars
Audi A4 sedan – February
Audi A4 Avant – March/April
Infiniti Q70 update – February
Jaguar XF – February
Lexus GS F – February
BMW 750i/750iL – March
Jaguar XJ – March
BMW 330e – May
BMW M4 GTS – June
Audi RS6 Avant Performance, RS7 Sportback Performance – Q2
Mercedes-Benz S-Class Plug-in – Q2
Mercedes-Benz C-Class Plug-in – Q2
Mercedes-Benz C-Class Coupe – Q2
Jaguar XE update (infotainment) – first half
Audi S8 Plus – mid 2016
Mercedes-Benz S-Class Cabriolet – Q3
Infiniti Q60 – Q4
Mercedes-Benz E-Class – Q4
Volvo S90 – Q4
BMW 3 Series GT update – second half
BMW 4 Series update – second half
Infiniti Q50 update – second half
Audi S4 sedan and Avant – late 2016
Mercedes-Benz C-Class Cabriolet – late 2016/early 2017...
It seems even the world’s most enduring brands can still enjoy a full scale resurgence, and that’s exactly what’s been happening to the quintessentially British 4×4 maker Land Rover since it launched its first compact SUV in 2011 – the Range Rover Evoque...