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.
Although the report acknowledges the fact most drivers only cover 60km a day, it says a Wankel range-extender will be optional to cure range anxiety.
Sydney or San Francisco? In the Ford Mustang Bullitt, every drive is like being in car chase. Alright, not really.
The car gets a 5.0-litre V8, naturally, along with a host of stylish upgrades like unique 19-inch wheels, special green paint and a classic eight-ball gear knob.
Alfa Romeo has announced full pricing and spec details for the upcoming, high-riding Stelvio. We’ll be getting a petrol and a diesel, with pricing to start from $65,900 before on-roads. There aren’t many options, either – base specification is fairly generous.
It’s actually happening! The Honda Urban EV will be available to order from early 2019 in Europe, with production set to start later next year. As for Australia? Things aren’t quite as clear.
Get ready to see a LOT of these on the road. The new Corolla has been revealed in Geneva, complete with some seriously sharp styling. It’ll be built on the (rather excellent) Toyota New Global Architecture, with a likely August arrival date.
It’s happening. The new Supra is coming. This is not a drill.
Toyota used a racing concept to confirm the fifth-generation Supra, which has been endlessly teased, spied and talked about for decades.
The Lexus UX has officially been unveiled in Geneva and… it looks just like you’d expect it to. There are plenty of sharp edges, and the nose is home to a huge Spindle Grille. Business as usual, then.
Under the skin, it will be offered with a 2.0-litre petrol and petrol-electric hybrid, both of which are new to Toyota and Lexus. Combined with a new-generation CVT transmission, it’s got all the makings of a handy compact crossover. Are you a fan of the looks?
Porsche used Geneva to further its electric agenda, revealing the jacked-up semi-crossover Cross Turismo. With more than 440kW from its two electric motors, it’ll hit 100km/h in 3.5 seconds – and you’ve got a 480km range to play with, along with a 0-to-80 per cent charge time of just 15 minutes with an 800V fast charger.
The I-Pace is less than a week old, but we already know how much it’ll cost and, perhaps more importantly, how much the options will set you back.
Three trim levels will be offered, although the entire range shares a powertrain. Get the full breakdown here.
Holden is using another warranty promotion to get customers through the door. The catch? It only runs until March 31.
International demand has killed the Volkswagen Golf GTE’s chances of making it to Australia.
The company confirmed the bad news this week, telling CarAdvice some overseas markets have stopped taking orders to combat the supply problem.
MORE: Car News