The automotive news wheel is always turning. If you're not constantly checking CarAdvice – which you should be doing, by the way – it can be easy for some headlines to slip through the cracks.
To make sure you haven't missed anything important, we've gathered what we reckon are the hottest news stories from this week, right here. Check them out, and let us know what caught your eye.
2018 Ford Mustang pricing and specs announced
The new Mustang will start at $49,990 – $4000 more than before – and run all the way to $74,709. That's a hefty jump for all variants, although buyers do get more power, sharper looks and much more tech than before.
Get the full story here.
Toyota Supra race car confirmed for Geneva
The waiting will end soon! Toyota is bringing a race-prepped 'concept' version of the Supra to the 2018 Geneva motor show. We've only got a shadowy teaser to work with at the moment, but previous concepts and spy-shots are enough to know this will be something special.
Holden Colorado SportsCat pricing and spec announced
Last week was all about Ranger Raptor, this week was about the hottest Colorado. The SportsCat (yep, still a silly name) will be priced from $60,790 when it arrives, but you'll pay $66,790 for the top-spec car.
All the details are right here.
2018 Mercedes-Benz C-Class revealed, here in Q3
The 'new' Mercedes-Benz C-Class was unveiled this week and... it looks just like the old one. Sure, it's just a facelift, but the changes are very, very subtle with this one.
White and black lead the car colourway in 2017
God we're a boring bunch. Almost half of the cars sold in Asia Pacific last year were white, with black coming in second place.
Ford: Raptor to help push Ranger 4x4 beyond HiLux
Ford is talking tough on the new Ranger Raptor, and hopes the hyped-up pickup will help extend the slight sales lead it holds over Toyota in hotly-contested dual-cab 4x4 sales race.
BMW, Nissan lead criticism over lack of local EV support
BMW Australia managing director and CEO, Marc Werner, has once again taken aim at the federal government over our non-existent electric subsidies – but not everyone in the industry agrees with his point-of-view.
2018 Volvo V60 leaked ahead of February 21 debut
Wagon lovers, prepare to drool. We're not going to bother wasting your time with details right now, hurry up and get the full story here.