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2021 Hyundai Elantra teased (now confirmed as i30 Sedan) - UPDATE: Watch the unveiling
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17th Mar 2020
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2021 Hyundai Elantra teased (now confirmed as i30 Sedan) - UPDATE: Watch the unveiling

UPDATE, March 18: Tune in to the unveiling at 1pm, with the video embedded below. Watch for our full story to appear at the same time. UPDATE 2: REVEALED! Read the full story here. March 11, 2020: Hyundai has given us a sneak peek at its new 2021 Elantra before the model’s debut next week. The seventh-generation Elantra was recently spied completing its winter testing in Sweden, however new images and video of the model reveal more details.
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Volkswagen to release smaller ID.1 and ID.2 electric models by 2024
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17th Mar 2020
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Volkswagen to release smaller ID.1 and ID.2 electric models by 2024

Volkswagen is looking to fortify its electric assault with the addition of two smaller models in the ID range – the ID.1 and ID.2, as reported by Car. The models will be built on familiar, scalable MEB electric architecture – the same seen in the larger ID.3 and ID.4, however costs will be brought down by reducing features and driving range. “We can shrink the MEB architecture with less content to get the cost down,” Volkswagen brand chief Ralf Brandstätter told Car.
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2018-2019 Isuzu D-Max crew cab recalled due to potential suspension failure
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17th Mar 2020
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2018-2019 Isuzu D-Max crew cab recalled due to potential suspension failure

Isuzu Australia has issued a recall of 2323 of its D-Max utility vehicles affected by a faulty suspension component. UPDATE 20/3/2020: Isuzu Australia has confirmed the recall is voluntary and pre-emptive. At time of publishing, no Australian cars have had the suspension component fail. The issue extends to model-year 2018-2019 D-Max crew cabs sold between 27 January 2018 to 28 February 2020.
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2020 Apex AP-0 concept points to a new British sports car marque
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16th Mar 2020
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2020 Apex AP-0 concept points to a new British sports car marque

Britain’s low-volume sports car market is set to welcome another player, with new brand Apex unveiling an electric concept as its debut model. The Apex AP-0 aims to overcome the usual weight penalties that befall battery-powered vehicles, utilising an ultra-lightweight carbon-fibre tub underpinned at each end with modular spaceframes and a centre spine to provide rigidity without adding unnecessary bulk.
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Kez Casey
BMW reaffirms electric initiative, will retire up to half of “traditional” drivetrains in preparation
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16th Mar 2020
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BMW reaffirms electric initiative, will retire up to half of “traditional” drivetrains in preparation

BMW has released its 2019 industry figures, shedding light on the progress of an electric initiative that now includes axing up to 50 per cent of its “traditional” drivetrains from 2021 onwards. In preparations to offer 25 electrified models by 2023 – an initiative the report reaffirmed the brand’s commitment to – BMW’s spend on research development in 2019 totalled €5.95 billion (AU$10.74 billion), up 11.9 per cent over 2018.
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Liam Murphy
Volkswagen targeting zero crashes by 2050
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15th Mar 2020
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Volkswagen targeting zero crashes by 2050

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Liam Murphy
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15th Mar 2020
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Volkswagen targeting zero crashes by 2050

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