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CarAdvice Open Day, Melbourne: 17 November 2018
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8th Nov 2018
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CarAdvice Open Day, Melbourne: 17 November 2018

CarAdvice Melbourne is opening its doors for you to come and check out some cool machinery! We'll have awesome cars, a free sausage sizzle, awesome cars, water and soft drinks, awesome cars, and prizes to win. Oh, did we mention we'll have some awesome cars on display? Try... So bring the kids along and see some great cars, and chat with the CarAdvice team. Head to 121 Dover Street, Cremorne, on 17 November. We'll be there from 10am to 12pm.
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Mike Stevens
Tesla names Telstra executive as new chairwoman
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8th Nov 2018
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Tesla names Telstra executive as new chairwoman

Tesla has appointed Robyn Denholm, currently chief financial officer and head of strategy at Telstra, as the automaker's new chairwoman, effective immediately. She will replace Elon Musk as Tesla's chair, who will remain as the company's CEO. Musk was compelled to relinquish his role as chairman in a deal with the US Securities and Exchange Commission over his false assertion on Twitter that he had secured funding to take the company private.
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Derek Fung
2019 Porsche 911 nears production
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8th Nov 2018
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2019 Porsche 911 nears production

Porsche is getting ready to release the new 911 at the 2018 Los Angeles motor show later this month, putting the rear-engined sports car through its paces in (very) hot, cold, wet and dry environments. Torture testing new cars is a critical part of the development process undertaken by every brand, not just Porsche. With that said, there's something very cool about the fact the new 911 has racked up more frequent flyer miles in its development phase than the average business traveller.
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Scott Collie
Biomega Sin: Danish bike maker's first electric car unveiled
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7th Nov 2018
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Biomega Sin: Danish bike maker's first electric car unveiled

Danish bike maker Biomega has revealed the Sin, a new stripped-back electric vehicle that also happens to be its first four-wheeled product. Biomega has taken Scandinavian minimalism to new levels with its first automotive design, arguing it deliberately rejected "superfluous styling in favour of low cost, comfort and sustainability".
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Derek Fung
2019 Audi S3 spied again
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7th Nov 2018
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2019 Audi S3 spied again

The all-new Audi S3 has been spied again during development testing, ahead of an anticipated production debut sometime next year. Like the vehicle snapped in August, there's plenty of camouflage concealing the finer design details, but we can see the overall shape of the new-generation hatchback and certain elements that will distinguish the S3 hot hatch from its more sedate brethren.
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James Wong
2012-13 Toyota 86 recalled
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7th Nov 2018
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2012-13 Toyota 86 recalled

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Scott Collie
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7th Nov 2018
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2012-13 Toyota 86 recalled

Toyota 86 2012
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Scott Collie