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Great Wall electric ute headed Down Under
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16th Apr 2019
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Great Wall electric ute headed Down Under

The first electric ute in Australia could come from China, with Great Wall confirming the pure-electric version of its new ute was "always" in its plans. Timing hasn't been confirmed, but Haval Australia's managing director Koma Li says Great Wall will take the as-yet unnamed electric pickup despite of our market's reticence to adopt battery-powered vehicles.
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Scott Collie
Volkswagen Teramont X, SUV Coupe Concept debut in Shanghai
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16th Apr 2019
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Volkswagen Teramont X, SUV Coupe Concept debut in Shanghai

Alex Misoyannis • Volkswagen has unveiled the Teramont X and SUV Coupe, two new crossovers with coupe-like styling, at the Shanghai motor show today. Both SUVs, one a production model and the other a concept, join the I.D. Roomzz and SMV on the German brand's display.
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2019 Citroen C3 Aircross pricing and specs
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16th Apr 2019
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2019 Citroen C3 Aircross pricing and specs

Citroen Australia has priced and specified the 2019 C3 Aircross of our market, set to take on the likes of the Hyundai Kona and Mazda CX-3. Priced from $32,990 plus on-road costs, the C3 Aircross is available in just one trim level, with a fairly comprehensive level of standard equipment.
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Volkswagen I.D. Roomzz revealed
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16th Apr 2019
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Volkswagen I.D. Roomzz revealed

Volkswagen has continued its stream of electric concept cars, adding the high-riding I.D. Roomzz to its collection in Shanghai. Built on the same modular MEB underpinnings as the brand's previous electric concepts – the same underpinnings that'll drive Volkswagen Group as it pushes toward widespread e-mobility – the Roomzz represents the brand's vision for a practical family crossover. Or should that be crozzover?
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Scott Collie
Driverless cars: Levels of automation and the barrier of ‘human factors’
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15th Apr 2019
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Driverless cars: Levels of automation and the barrier of ‘human factors’

This story was first published in 2015. As we move closer to a future where autonomous driving technology is expected to feature more and more in new cars, we felt a revisit of the basics is in order. Click here for our most recent stories on autonomous driving. If I’m involved in an accident while riding in an autonomous vehicle that I wasn't actively driving, who is at fault? Was I meant to have my hands on the wheel?
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Mike Stevens
Mercedes-Benz Concept GLB revealed
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15th Apr 2019
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Mercedes-Benz Concept GLB revealed

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James Wong
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15th Apr 2019
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Mercedes-Benz Concept GLB revealed

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