Mitsubishi's potential return to rallying and a Tesla supercomputer headline today's top Drive stories.
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As we continue toward a single publishing platform, some great news stories are being published on both CarAdvice and Drive.

If you're a keen reader of CarAdvice, you might be missing out on some of the unique, first-to-run content we're publishing over on Drive.

Here are the best stories published on the Drive website so far this week:


1. 2022 Infiniti QX60: Nissan Pathfinder's luxury sibling revealed, not for Australia

Infiniti's new BMW X5 rival breaks cover, but it's not bound for Australia.

Alex Misoyannis

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2. Here are the best and worst cities to run an electric vehicle, with Sydney landing on top

A study reveals where in the world an electric car battery takes you the farthest.

Emma Notarfrancesco

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3. Mitsubishi eyes rally return, but Lancer Evolution replacement must wait for electric tech

Nearly a decade since the Lancer Evolution ended production, Mitsubishi's boss says the brand must return to its 'fun' roots.

Ben Zachariah

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4. Hyundai testing 522kW hydrogen performance car – report

Recent sightings of a camouflaged Kia Stinger test mule might be a preview of something far more potent than Hyundai N's mid-engined sports car, new reports suggest.

Alex Misoyannis

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5. Tesla unveils supercomputer used to train self-driving AI – report

Tesla lays claim to having the world's fifth most powerful supercomputer, which it's using to create self-driving systems.

Ben Zachariah

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