It's been a huge week in car news, with details about Toyota's new RAV4 and Supra, pricing for a BMW hyper-SUV, and more politicking around EVs.
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.
2020 Porsche 911 Speedster pricing and specs
Priced from $604,800 before on-road costs, the Speedster is available for order now with deliveries scheduled to arrive Down Under from the fourth quarter of 2019.
Vic Police launches 'Slow Down, Move Over' crackdown
Operation Regal kicks off this week, and will see officers armed with radar guns to fine drivers who don't slow down for emergency vehicles with their lights flashing.
2019 BMW X3 and X4 M Competition pricing and specs
2019 Toyota RAV4 pricing and specsAdvanced safety tech is standard on all 2019 Toyota RAV4 models – and there’s a hybrid option for the first time – but the new generation costs more than before.More expensive, but more to offer
Toyota introduces Apple CarPlay and Android Auto in Australia, but there's a catchNew RAV4 will be the first Toyota sold locally with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto but it won’t be available until late 2019. Other models will follow.Be patient, it's coming
Honda Civic Type R sets Bathurst lap recordHonda Civic Type R sets a cracking pace at Mount Panorama after secret mission to get former F1 champion Jenson Button behind the wheel.Pushing the right button
EXCLUSIVE: Electric Toyota HiLux not coming, despite media speculationMainstream news stories about an electric version of the HiLux ute were misreported, says Toyota Australia.Consider those reports dismissed
2019 Toyota Supra to launch in Australia with two variants and online orderingKeen to get your hands on a new Supra? You're not alone. Toyota is struggling to sate demand for its hotly-anticipated new sports car, and still doesn't know how it'll keep everyone happy.Everyone wants a piece of the action
Volkswagen ID.3 electric hatch: Australia hit with delays as Europe orders openOne of the most important electric cars to arrive next decade is likely to be pushed back due to Australia's lagging emissions standards.Once again, patience is a virtue
Honda E: Electric city hatch gets a nameThe company says it has received 22,000 expressions of interest about the new EV from European customers.Inventive!
Honda Architecture: Flexible platform to debut in 2020New flexible architecture will be used throughout the world, and will help to significantly reduce car development costs.Another exciting name
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