2020 Ford Mustang High Performance pricing revealed
The Ford Mustang High Performance will kick off at $50,990 plus on-road costs when it arrives in Australia next February, CarAdvice can confirm.
Dealer documents obtained by CarAdvice indicate the boosted four-cylinder 'Stang' will command a $1000 premium over the current EcoBoost model in Fastback guise, and will be $800 dearer in convertible form (from $60,490).
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Tata Motors, the Indian automaker which owns Jaguar Land Rover (JLR), says the British car maker will need to embrace technology partnerships in order to handle a future full of hybrid, electric and autonomous cars.
General Motors (GM) brand Chevrolet is reportedly looking to cull passenger car models like the Malibu sedan within the next decade, as it shifts its focus to crossovers and electric vehicles.
According to industry journal Automotive News, anonymous sources have indicated the Malibu may get another facelift around 2022 before being put to rest around 2024.
Pagani has overnight unveiled the Huayra BC Roadster, just over three years after the hardtop Huayra picked up the mantle from Pagani's first car, the Zonda.
Like the coupe, the Pagani Huayra BC Roadster features a unique body developed with both eyes on increasing downforce, creating a claimed 500kg at 280km/h.
The Huayra BC Roadster has a dry weight of 1250 kilograms, making it 30kg lighter than the regular Roadster, but 32kg heavier than the BC coupe.