Aston Martin has revealed its first ever SUV, the DBX, will cost $357,000 before on-road costs when it arrives in Australia – likely to be sometime next year.
Although value isn't the chief concern at this end of the market, the DBX will slot between the Bentley Bentayga ($334,700 before on-road costs) and Lamborghini Urus ($390,000 before on-roads) when it launches.
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2019 Hyundai Venue, Elantra, Ioniq Electric recalled
Hyundai Australia has recalled the 2019 Venue, Elantra and Ioniq Electric over a problem with the wheel nuts.
According to the company, the affected cars might not have had their wheel nuts tightened correctly. If the nuts aren't tightened correctly, the wheels could come loose and fall off.
The Venue is the worst-hit, with 159 vehicles affected, while there are six Elantra and two Ioniq Electric models included in the campaign. A VIN list is attached here.
Chevrolet unveils an electric ute that sounds like a V8
US car giant Chevrolet has taken the covers off a cool 1960s pick-up powered by future electric-car technology – but it roars like a V8 due to an artificial sound enhancer. In fact, it has a choice of five fake engine sounds in total.
While many may dismiss it as a flight of fancy, this show car built for the 2019 SEMA auto show in fact has production potential.
Volkswagen has detailed its upcoming product offensive for the Chinese market, in the process teasing the new ID.4 electric crossover which is due to be revealed in the coming months.
Despite the ID.3 hatchback having already gone on sale in Europe, the Tiguan-sized ID.4 will be the first of Volkswagen's new EV models to hit the Chinese market when production starts in 12 months time – similar to how it will kickstart the brand's electrification push in Australia, too.
The just-unveiled Hyundai Grandeur is a dramatic redesign of the large front-wheel drive sedan launched in 2016.
The new Grandeur adopts a face heavily inspired by the 2018 HDC-1 'Le Fil Rouge' concept car, one of the first vehicles designed under the aegis of Luc Donckerwolke, the Hyundai Motor Group's head of design.