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.
Hyundai’s hybrid and electric-car stampede: 44 new models by 2025
Hyundai is going to take on Toyota in the hybrid and electric-car race globally, but it’s unclear how many of these models will come here.
2020 BMW M2 CS revealed
The most aggressive M2 yet will serve to farewell the current 2 Series, as BMW readies its rear-wheel drive successor, set for a mid-2020 launch in Australia.
VFACTS: October 2019 sales results
Another month of sales cuts as Mazda, Mitsubishi, Holden and Subaru plummet, though market leaders Toyota and Hyundai hang in, and Kia shows growth yet again.
2020 Aston Martin DBX pricing revealed
Aston Martin will price its first-ever crossover between the Lamborghini Urus and Bentley Bentayga when it arrives in Australia.
Holden Monaro reborn: One-off 'Project Monaro' revealed
The blue coupe has been developed over the course of five months, and will be given to a lucky punter in March next year.
Audi R8 V10 RWD: Mid-engined supercar here in mid-2020
The R8 RWS was Audi's first-ever rear-wheel drive car. It was such a success the brand has come back for more – and this time it's a proper production model.
2020 Toyota Yaris GR-4 teased
Toyota is readying a new production Yaris hot hatch, following in the footsteps of the limited-run (and Europe-only) Yaris GRMN.
2020 Nissan Patrol pricing and specs: AEB now standard, no CarPlay/Android for Australia
Nissan has upped the price on its large SUV, but it wades into battle with more safety equipment and a fresh look.
2020 Mitsubishi Mirage teaser photo released: can it win back sales in the city-car class?
Mitsubishi is giving its Mirage city-car its biggest makeover since this generation went on sale six years ago.
Holden rules out seven-year warranty
Holden says there are no plans to introduce a permanent seven-year warranty, but is considering expanding its seven-year free servicing offer.
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