The rear of the new Kia ProCeed has been teased ahead of its unveiling on September 13, European time.
Although previous generations of the Pro_Cee'd were three-door hatchbacks, the new model loses an underscore and an apostrophe, but gains two doors to become a shooting brake.
Kia claims the new car will combine "stunning design with the space and versatility of a [wagon]", and will follow the "design blueprint" of the 2017 Kia Proceed concept.
Citroen C3 takes 'Speed Dating' to a new level - video
Citroen is well known for thinking outside the box, but that's normally for its weird and wacky designs – think the C3 light hatch and C4 Cactus crossover.
However, the French brand is trying its hands at speed dating, sponsoring British TV show First Dates and having Citroen rally driver, Craig Breen, take couples on an experience they won't forget in the back of a C3.
Honda slow-and-steady on electrification for Australia
The head of Honda's local arm says that whatever the brand might look to take leadership on in the Australian market, electrification won't be at the top of the list.
Speaking with CarAdvice, Honda Australia boss Stephen Collins touched on a two-fold problem: the business case for hybrids isn't compelling, and, for now, full-electric models seem to be on the 'look but don't touch' list for our region.
The Mercedes-Benz EQC has been teased again, ahead of its launch on September 4 in Sweden.
While an earlier teaser revealed part of the headlights and grille, this latest sneak peek – revealed overnight on the company's social media accounts – gives us a clear, if somewhat dark, view of the car's rear-end.
People often say “don’t forget where you came from”. Although we’re focused on every new car, every last detail here at CarAdvice, we have an extensive back-catalogue of news stories, lifestyle yarns and reviews.
Here’s a look at what happened on the week of August 28 in years past.
A year on since the new-generation Cayenne leaked online, we've seen the range bolstered by a plug-in hybrid variant and a flagship twin-turbo V8-powered performance hero capable of over 280km/h.