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What happened in the week ending April 28, 2017? Catch our video above, and links to the full stories below.
The Great Wall Steed 4×2 petrol dual-cab has been awarded a two-star ANCAP safety rating in a disappointing result for the brand.
Meanwhile, the new Hyundai i30 and Honda Civic received five-star ANCAP safety ratings.
The Volkswagen Golf GTI three-door is returning to Australia. The special-edition Golf GTI Performance Edition 1 is set to land here in August.
Volkswagen Group is reportedly looking into selling off Ducati in the wake of Dieselgate.
The all-new Skoda Kodiaq will launch in Australia in a single specification priced at $42,990 before on-road costs.
One hundred examples of the Subaru Liberty S-Edition will be available in Australia, at a $2000 premium over the 2.5i Premium variant.
LDV is hoping its new T60 ute will help the brand penetrate the Australian market.
The BMW M550d is hiding a three-litre six cylinder diesel engine with quad turbochargers under its bonnet.
We won’t see the M550d here, but the BMW 530e iPerformance PHEV will arrive in Australia in July.
Mercedes-Benz is launching battery storage systems that store excess solar energy, for homes in the UK. Mercedes-Benz Energy will eventually launch in Australia.
Uber is driving a plan to design and build flying taxis in time for the 2020 World Expo in Dubai.
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