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2019 BMW 7 Series facelift leaked
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8th Jan 2019
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2019 BMW 7 Series facelift leaked

The BMW 7 Series facelift has been leaked online ahead of its official debut. This photo was posted by Stan Rudman, a businessman based in Miami Beach, Florida, on his Instagram account, and seems to have been taken at preview event hosted by BMW.
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Derek Fung
Mini JCW Millbrook Edition on sale from $57,275
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8th Jan 2019
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Mini JCW Millbrook Edition on sale from $57,275

Mini Australia has announced the JCW Millbrook Edition, a special version of its three-door performance hatch to be available in strictly limited numbers. Just 20 units will be offered locally, priced from $57,275 plus on-road costs. That's over $7000 more than the 'standard' JCW hatchback, though there are some specification upgrades to justify the extra spend.
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Brabham BT62 to gain road-legal option
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7th Jan 2019
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Brabham BT62 to gain road-legal option

A road-legal option has been added to the menu for the Brabham BT62 thanks to "some customers’ desire for occasional road use", with many keen to drive their bespoke supercars to and from the race track. "Given these cars are limited editions, tailored to the needs of each owner, we are keen to provide this flexibility to our customers where we can," Dan Marks, Brabham Automotive's commercial director, said in a prepared statement.
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Nissan to demo Invisible-to-Visible augmented reality system
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6th Jan 2019
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Nissan to demo Invisible-to-Visible augmented reality system

Nissan will demonstrate its Invisible-to-Visible technology at the 2019 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Vegas, which kicks off this week. The augmented reality system combines data drawn from the car's on-board sensors, and driving and routing data sourced from the cloud.
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Mark Reuss, former Holden chief, becomes president of GM
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4th Jan 2019
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Mark Reuss, former Holden chief, becomes president of GM

Mark Reuss, who was once the managing director of Holden, has been appointed as the president of General Motors, effectively immediately. He replaces Dan Ammann, who has been president since 2014. Ammann has stepped down to take control of Cruise, the company's autonomous driving division. Although he now occupies the president's chair, Reuss will keep his existing roles as the head of the Global Product Group, Global Quality and Cadillac.
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