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Toyota Supra hybrid on the cards

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Toyota Supra hybrid on the cards

Toyota is still studying powertrain options for the upcoming Supra, with a hybrid and more ‘evolved’ internal-combustion engine well and truly on the cards...

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Toyota has no plans to extend warranty beyond three years
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Toyota has no plans to extend warranty beyond three years

Toyota Australia says it currently has no plans to change its warranty period from the current three-year product to match competitors that are offering five or seven in the ever competitive market. With the likes of Hyundai, Kia, Honda, Peugeot and plenty of others offering five or seven-year warranties, the question has come up as to why Toyota, Mazda and others have so far stayed stagnant in their approach to consumer warranties...


Supra to ‘make Toyota exciting again’
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Supra to ‘make Toyota exciting again’

The new Supra is set to ‘make Toyota exciting again’, and the brand is keen to market its highly-desirable new performance car locally as a showcase for its sporty revival. Speaking to Australian media at the Geneva motor show today, vice-president for sales and marketing at Toyota Australia, Sean Hanley, said the Supra hasn’t been completely confirmed for our market, but the strength of its badge cannot be underestimated – and that the local arm will be doing all it can to bring the car here...


2019 Toyota Supra confirmed with Gazoo concept
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2019 Toyota Supra confirmed with Gazoo concept

After years of spy pictures, concepts and teasers, Toyota has confirmed the return of the Supra nameplate with the unveiling of its new racing concept at the Geneva motor show. The new, fifth-generation Supra revives the legendary after a 16-year hiatus, marking another move from Toyota into the world of sports cars...


2018 Toyota Corolla unveiled
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2018 Toyota Corolla unveiled

The all-new Toyota Corolla has today made its debut at the Geneva international motor show, kick-starting a new generation for the brand's best-selling car. The twelfth-generation Toyota Corolla will arrive in Australia around August, and presents a larger, better-featured offering than its predecessor in the highly competitive small car market...


Toyota Australia hybrid line-up to include eight models by 2020
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Toyota Australia hybrid line-up to include eight models by 2020

Toyota Australia has confirmed it will increase its hybrid lineup from five to eight models by the end of 2020, reinforcing its commitment to technology the brand says will lend it a stronger foothold in the market. The current Toyota hybrid range includes the Prius C, Corolla Hybrid, Prius V, Prius and Camry Hybrid...


BMW ‘being heard’ on electric mobility future
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BMW ‘being heard’ on electric mobility future

BMW Australia says it's being heard in its efforts to raise awareness about electric mobility, and is pleased about the level of discussion taking place. Speaking to media at the local launch of the new X2, BMW Australia boss, Marc Werner said the recent announcement by the South Australian Government about Stamp Duty exemptions for electric vehicles is an indication of process...


2018 BMW X2 review
Rating: 7.910 /10
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2018 BMW X2 review

One of the nicest-looking BMWs of late also happens to be one of the most affordable, but despite its gorgeous design, it's far from perfect.

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$55,900

BMW "cannot neglect" ute segment
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BMW "cannot neglect" ute segment

BMW Australia says it’s pushing head office to enter the ute segment, which shows no signs of slowing down – and will soon see the entry of its arch-rival, Mercedes-Benz. Speaking to media at the X2 launch in Canberra, BMW Australia boss, Marc Werner, admitted the brand would be foolish to ignore market trends...


2018 Ferrari Portofino in Australia from $398,888
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2018 Ferrari Portofino in Australia from $398,888

The 2018 Ferrari Portofino has launched in Australia today, with a starting price of $398,888 and an expected delivery date of September. The company is keen to say the Portofino is essentially an all-new car, with a new chassis and thoroughly revised interior and drivetrain over the California T. It's powered by a heavily revised version of the California T's 3...


Ferrari dealers coming to Gold Coast, Sydney and Melbourne
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Ferrari dealers coming to Gold Coast, Sydney and Melbourne

Ferrari Australia will increase its dealer network by 50 per cent this year, with the announcement of dealers in Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria. Perhaps most notable is the Southport, Gold Coast dealer, which will seeks to service the fastest-growing, most popular area for the brand. Sanctuary Cove is the hottest Australian postcode for new Ferraris, apparently...


I drove a Chinese-made MG and... I liked it
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I drove a Chinese-made MG and... I liked it

For those of you that made it to our recent Sydney open day, you would’ve seen that our garage is an L-shaped mess, with a stack formation of cars that means first in, last out. As a result, when a car needs to get out, it requires half a dozen people to move those behind it. On one recent occasion, I was handed the keys to the new MG ZS small SUV so that it could make way for another car heading for a photo shoot...


CarAdvice Open Day, Sydney 17th of February
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CarAdvice Open Day, Sydney 17th of February

If you're keen to come meet some of our Sydney team and see some cool cars, we are opening our Sydney office in McMahon's Point this Saturday the 17th of February from 10am-12pm for a family-friendly event. So feel free to come talk cars and everything auto related...


2018 Lotus Exige Sport 380 review
Rating: 810 /10
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2018 Lotus Exige Sport 380 review

It's fast, light and rather loud. It's also the definition of a 'driver's car'

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$155,000

We need Motorsport in the Olympics
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We need Motorsport in the Olympics

We have some rather strange sports now in both the winter and summer Olympics. Now excuse me, but how is trampoline an Olympic sport? Or what about ‘race walking’, where fully grown adults walk as fast as possible without running? Those are just the active ones, but back throughout the history of the Olympics there have been some even stranger ones, like live pigeon shooting, rope climbing, tug of war, long and high jump for horses, tandem cycling and more...