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Fiat Chrysler proposes $52.7 billion 'transformative merger' with Renault
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27th May 2019
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Fiat Chrysler proposes $52.7 billion 'transformative merger' with Renault

Fiat Chrysler has proposed a €32.7 billion ($52.7 billion) merger with Renault, in a move that could reshape the global automotive landscape. Groupe Renault's board of directors will meet to discuss the proposal, which would have Renault and FCA each owning 50% of the business.
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Scott Collie
Why the German 'big four' are committed to Formula E
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27th May 2019
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Why the German 'big four' are committed to Formula E

Formula E is only in its fifth season, but there are plenty of big names on the grid. Audi and BMW already have factory-backed operations, while Mercedes-Benz will join next year. Motorsports juggernaut Porsche will also join the grid in 2019/2020. The Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance and Mahindra have been on board since day one, too.
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Scott Collie
2019 Mazda 6 pricing and specs
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26th May 2019
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2019 Mazda 6 pricing and specs

Mazda Australia has announced some subtle updates for the Mazda 6 mid-sizer, just 12 months after the refreshed model went on sale Down Under.
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James Wong
2020 Mercedes-AMG GLB45 spied
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25th May 2019
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2020 Mercedes-AMG GLB45 spied

It hasn't even been revealed in production form as yet, but the Mercedes-Benz GLB looks like it's going to get a hi-po AMG 45 version, if this recently spied prototype is anything to go by. First previewed in near-production concept form at the Shanghai motor show last month, the GLB will slot between the next GLA and the larger GLC in Benz's crossover line-up, and like its stablemates it will get an AMG-fettled variant boasting quite a lot of power.
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James Wong
Audi TT to be axed, will be replaced by sporty EV
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24th May 2019
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Audi TT to be axed, will be replaced by sporty EV

Audi has taken to its Annual General Meeting to announce it will be killing off the TT sports car after the current generation, and eventually succeeded by an 'emotive' EV. Company chairman, Bram Schot, made the announcement during the AGM, citing the streamlining of the company's investments as the main reason for the decision.
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James Wong