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2021 Ferrari Portofino M revealed: Entry-level convertible gains power boost
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16th Sep 2020
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2021 Ferrari Portofino M revealed: Entry-level convertible gains power boost

Ferrari has unveiled a new GT model in the 2021 Portofino M, a so-called "evolution" of the Italian marque's existing entry-level, hardtop convertible, the Portofino. Set to commence European deliveries in the second quarter of 2021, the Portofino M will land in left-hand drive markets first, where pricing will kick off from 206,000 euros, or roughly AU$333,498.
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Susannah Guthrie
2021 Toyota Yaris: First city hatch to earn five-star safety against tougher criteria
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16th Sep 2020
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2021 Toyota Yaris: First city hatch to earn five-star safety against tougher criteria

The 2021 Toyota Yaris has been awarded a five-star crash safety rating when measured against new, tougher criteria. An Australian-specification right-hand-drive version of the 2021 Toyota Yaris has been tested by European authorities, and validated by the Australasian New Car Assessment Program (ANCAP).
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Joshua Dowling
Nissan Z Proto v Nissan 370Z: Styling face-off
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16th Sep 2020
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Nissan Z Proto v Nissan 370Z: Styling face-off

For enthusiasts, there’s no greater news than that of a new-generation sports car. The Nissan 370Z has stayed the course for 11 years, having first launched in 2009, but now a new Z waits in the wings, with some pretty strong clues coming in the form of the production-ready Z Proto concept.
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Kez Casey
2021 Honda N-One revealed for Japan
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15th Sep 2020
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2021 Honda N-One revealed for Japan

Honda has revealed its updated N-One 'kei' car in Japan, although you could be forgiven for thinking little has changed. That’s not the case though. Despite the obvious aesthetic similarities, the new N-One really is new. Hang on does that make it the N-Two? Well, no. It's not quite that new.
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Kez Casey
Porsche is reopening its Australian Track Experience programs
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15th Sep 2020
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Porsche is reopening its Australian Track Experience programs

In some much-needed good news, Porsche is restarting its Track Experience programs in Queensland after pausing them due to COVID-19. From the 15th of September 2020, the five-level program will recommence across two locations in the Sunshine State, providing drivers with various levels of instruction to suit their individual skill levels and needs. Porsche Track Experiences are open to all members of the public, regardless of whether you own a Porsche or not.
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Susannah Guthrie