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10 electric utes on the horizon
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20th May 2020
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10 electric utes on the horizon

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Susannah Guthrie
News
20th May 2020
5 min read

10 electric utes on the horizon

Tesla 2020, Great Wall Steed 2020
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Susannah Guthrie
2021 Mini Countryman spy photos
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20th May 2020
1 min read

2021 Mini Countryman spy photos

Mini’s facelifted 2021 Countryman city SUV has been spotted during testing at Germany’s Nurburgring circuit ahead of its Australian showroom arrival later this year or early 2021. Although we have had photos of the updated model before (click here), the new images reveal more detail of the upcoming Mini Countryman, including a revised front and rear bumper design, and updated interior tech.
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Liam Murphy
Bosch celebrates 25 years of electronic stability control
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20th May 2020
2 min read

Bosch celebrates 25 years of electronic stability control

May 19 marked 25 years since Bosch introduced electronic stability control to the new-car market. This ground-breaking technology debuted on the 1995 Mercedes-Benz S-Class. Bosch claims the then-revolutionary technology has gone on to save 15,000 lives, as well as prevent approximately 500,000 personal injury crashes. Since 1995, Bosch has continually improved the capabilities of the technology, and has produced more than 250 million stability control systems to date.
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Justin Narayan
Ford Focus ST wagon ruled out for Australia, but auto hatch will boost sales
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19th May 2020
1 min read

Ford Focus ST wagon ruled out for Australia, but auto hatch will boost sales

The Ford Focus ST wagon offered in Europe is not planned for Australia. However, Ford Australia expects the new Focus ST hatch due in showrooms this week will broaden its appeal with the option of an automatic transmission for the first time. Figures supplied by Ford show demand for manual versus automatic transmissions for all hot hatches sold in Australia is fairly even, at 53 per cent versus 47 per cent respectively.
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Joshua Dowling
Dyson unveils the $1 billion electric car it axed
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18th May 2020
2 min read

Dyson unveils the $1 billion electric car it axed

Sir James Dyson – founder of household electrical appliance company Dyson – has revealed the electric car his company was working on before cancelling the project late last year. Dyson began developing the seven-seater car – codenamed ‘N526’ – in 2017 with a total planned budget of approximately AU$3.7 billion, as reported by The Times.
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Liam Murphy
Toyota HiLux restarts production, plenty of stock coming for June EOFY deals
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17th May 2020
2 min read

Toyota HiLux restarts production, plenty of stock coming for June EOFY deals

Deals on a new Toyota HiLux are likely to get even better in the coming weeks as the assembly line in Thailand restarted after a one-month break, large shipments are waiting to dock or clear quarantine, and dealers are already overstocked due to the April sales slowdown.
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Joshua Dowling
New Volkswagen Golf delayed until 2021
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17th May 2020
2 min read

New Volkswagen Golf delayed until 2021

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Joshua Dowling
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17th May 2020
2 min read

New Volkswagen Golf delayed until 2021

Volkswagen Golf 2020
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Joshua Dowling