People often say “don’t forget where you came from”. Although we’re focused on every new car, every last detail here at CarAdvice, we have an extensive back-catalogue of news stories, lifestyle yarns and reviews.
Here’s a look at what happened on the week of July 30 in years past.
30 July 2018: BMW M2 Competition review
A handful of welcome performance tweaks have pushed the new BMW M2 Competition to even greater heights.
29 July 2016: Ford Falcon Ute production ends
The final Ford Falcon Ute is a white XR6, and it rolled off the Broadmeadows production line just before 3pm. The vehicle will be retained by Ford Australia.The denouement to the story of Ford’s Australian manufacturing in Melbourne’s northern suburbs, and engine-making in Geelong, occurs on October 7 with the end of the Falcon sedan and Territory crossover SUV.
29 July 2015: Ferrari 488 Spider revealed
The Spider's retractable hardtop folds away or rises into position in 14 seconds. For alfresco motoring, the hardtop sits in two overlapping sections over the top of the engine. According to Ferrari, the Spider has the same torsional rigidity and beam stiffness as the GTB coupe.
30 July 2012: Kia Cerato revealed
The new car's sleeker profile, LED daytime running lights and tail-lights and chrome window trim are joined by improved quality, upgraded equipment, more cabin space and a revised engine line-up that Kia says will deliver class-leading fuel economy.
28 July 2009: Ferrari 458 Italia revealed
The latest Ferrari echoes the design of the iconic Ferrari Enzo, although Ferrari says the Pininfarina design is like no other Ferrari seen before, with a compact, aerodynamic shape, underscoring the concepts of simplicity, efficiency and lightness that inspired the project.