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McLaren confirms new 'Grand Tourer'
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8th Mar 2019
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McLaren confirms new 'Grand Tourer'

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James Wong
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8th Mar 2019
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McLaren confirms new 'Grand Tourer'

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James Wong
Hispano Suiza Carmen unveiled
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7th Mar 2019
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Hispano Suiza Carmen unveiled

The Hispano Suiza Carmen has made its debut this week at the 2019 Geneva motor show. The Carmen features two electric motors, one for each rear wheel, making a total of 750kW of power. Thanks to body panels and monocoque made from carbon-fibre, the Carmen is said to weigh just 1690 kilograms. Hispano Suiza says the Carmen is capable of completing the 0-100km/h dash in under 3.0 seconds, with a top speed of 250km/h.
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Derek Fung
Subaru recalls Impreza, XV, WRX, WRX STI and Forester
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7th Mar 2019
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Subaru recalls Impreza, XV, WRX, WRX STI and Forester

Subaru has issued a recall across its 2009-16 Impreza, 2012-15 XV, 2009-14 WRX, 2011-14 WRX STI and 2013-15 Forester model lines, over concerns about their 'Stop Light Switch'. According to the company, the Stop Light Switch could be affected by 'outside contaminants', causing the electrical contact points to malfunction.
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Scott Collie
McLaren sales up 44 per cent in four years
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7th Mar 2019
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McLaren sales up 44 per cent in four years

McLaren’s ever-expanding range of supercars have seen its sales increase by close to 50 per cent, as it takes on the traditional supercar makers of Ferrari and Lamborghini. Speaking this week with CarAdvice at the Geneva motor show, the brand’s executive director of global sales and marketing/member of the board, Jolyon Nash, said the company’s ‘purity of focus’ – delivering cars customers want – has allowed its rapid expansion around the world.
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Alborz Fallah
Audi announces 5-year service plans
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6th Mar 2019
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Audi announces 5-year service plans

Audi Australia has launched new five-year service packages across its entire range, adding to the current three-year plans. The company says the new packages offer "considerable customer cost-saving for greater peace-of-mind", with maintenance conducted by factory technicians using genuine parts only. Customers paying for their Audi vehicle on finance are also able to take up the new packages, too, payable in regular instalments.
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James Wong
Audi e-tron Sportback debuts in Geneva
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6th Mar 2019
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Audi e-tron Sportback debuts in Geneva

Audi has quietly revealed the e-tron Sportback prototype at the Geneva motor show, which will likely be fully detailed later in the year. Essentially a coupe version of the e-tron quattro SUV, the e-tron Sportback borrows its name from the sexy e-tron Sportback concept revealed for the 2017 Shanghai motor show. Unfortunately, the attractive design of the concept hasn't quite translated to the production model.
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James Wong