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.
Pirelli P Zero World opens in Melbourne
The store is Pirelli's fifth around the world, and is designed to make the most of Melbourne's strong prestige market relative to the rest of Australia.
Mercedes-Benz G-Class EV: Daimler confirms iconic off-roader is going electric
The electrification of Mercedes-Benz's model range continues, as the brand plans a plug-in version of its off-roading icon.
2020 Skoda Octavia revealed, Australian launch over a year away
Skoda's new sedan and wagon has finally been revealed, but we're going to be waiting a while to see it in Australia.
Maserati GranTurismo production ends with Zéda special
Maserati has put its long-running coupe flagship out to pasture, as it looks to the electrified future.
Takata airbag recall: We join the tireless search for ticking time bombs
Car makers are going to the ends of the earth to replace potentially deadly Takata airbags, and yet thousands of motorists refuse to bring their cars to a nearby dealership.
Holden becomes first car company to rent vehicles directly to the general public
Holden’s Maven rental cars were previously only for Uber and food delivery drivers in the ‘gig’ economy. Now they’re available to retail customers across Australia.
Toyota RAV4: 436 cars affected by stop sale
Toyota's strong-selling RAV4 SUV is subject to another stop sale, with some cars being delivered with the wrong wheels.
McLaren Elva revealed
McLaren's latest special edition harks back to one of Bruce McLaren's racers from the 1960s.
2020 Ferrari Roma unveiled
The Prancing Horse has expanded its range with a new front-engined, V8-powered 2+2 grand tourer.
Hyundai ute: American Santa Cruz production starting 2021
Hyundai's ute is officially a go in the USA, with production to start in Alabama for the North American market. It hasn't confirmed whether we'll see the ute in Australia, however.
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