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Ford Mustang posts lowest sales since it arrived in Australia
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6th Jan 2020
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Ford Mustang posts lowest sales since it arrived in Australia

The reins have been pulled on the Ford Mustang after an initial sprint in the sales charts. Sales of the Ford Mustang muscle car have halved in three years and dropped by a third last year, proving that even icons can lose some of their lustre.
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Joshua Dowling
2020 Porsche Cayenne GT Coupe spied
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4th Jan 2020
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2020 Porsche Cayenne GT Coupe spied

A more powerful range-topping Porsche Cayenne Coupe, potentially bearing the GT badge, has been snapped during testing. Following in the footsteps of a red Porsche test mule we saw in 2019, this white car appears to have a centrally-mounted exhaust system. Don't be fooled by the two angular exhaust tips on the outer edges of the lower bumper, you can see the snow has melted around the centre of the 'diffuser'.
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Scott Collie
Ford quashes rumours of MEB-based Mustang EV
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2nd Jan 2020
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Ford quashes rumours of MEB-based Mustang EV

That was fast. Just days after it was reported Ford was considering using the Mustang badge on a smaller, Volkswagen-based electric crossover, a Ford spokesperson has refuted these plans. The spokesperson reached out to Ford Authority, saying, “There are no plans to offer an all-electric Mustang based on VW’s MEB architecture.”
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William Stopford
BMW prepping i6 for 2024 launch – report
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1st Jan 2020
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BMW prepping i6 for 2024 launch – report

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William Stopford
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1st Jan 2020
3 min read

BMW prepping i6 for 2024 launch – report

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William Stopford
Volkswagen preparing mobile EV-charging robots
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31st Dec 2019
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Volkswagen preparing mobile EV-charging robots

Volkswagen is developing robots that can find and charge electric vehicles in need of a range boost. The idea behind the robots is simple: vehicles low on charge can park in a regular multi-storey carpark, and wirelessly communicate with the charging infrastructure. An autonomous robot will then deliver a small charger to the vehicle, wirelessly open the car's charge port, and connect up the charger.
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Scott Collie
Kia Imagine to enter production in 2021/22
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30th Dec 2019
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Kia Imagine to enter production in 2021/22

The eye-catching Kia Imagine concept revealed at the Geneva motor show will be put into production in 2021 or 2022, according to a new report from Automotive News Europe. Speaking with the industry journal, Kia COO Emilio Herrera said "the plan is for [the Imagine] to become a mass-produced vehicle in one or two years and to have a dedicated electric platform".
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Scott Collie