On this week's episode of CarAdvice, Trent Nikolic and Paul Maric look at revolutionary changes in Israel's car market, Ford's electrifying vans, Holden's design strategies, 7-seat SUVs and plenty more.
First up: Israel is killing off the internal combustion engine, as is Norway. How will this impact global car development and production?
Elsewhere, Ford is now producing electric Transit vans. We look at how this will work out for the all-important fleet buyers that have made these models a global success.
Australia’s accident hotspots have been revealed: Trent and Paul discuss why some areas are greater safety issues than others.
Chief Holden designer Richard Ferlazzo talks us through the automotive design process and what challenges must be overcome when designing a car from sketch to showroom.
Paul and Trent talk viewers through CarAdvice’s latest 7-seat SUV mega test – which SUVs left a positive impression and which vehicles missed the mark.
ADVICE: How do you get into racing/track days? We interview CarAdvice founder Alborz Fallah to talk about his recent experience preparing and competing for the Targa High Country Rally event.
“CarAdvice” airs every Wednesday at 8.30pm AEDT on free-to-air channel 95 and Foxtel channel 601.
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