MG 3S: Limited edition on sale from $16,990 drive-away
MG Motor Australia has released a special-edition version of the MG 3 light car, dubbed MG 3S, priced from $16,990 drive-away.
Based on the MG 3 Core specification, the MG 3S gains a "sports inspired dynamic" by adding side skirts, a black rear spoiler, black painted wheels, limited-edition badging, weather shields, and custom keyrings.
The Mercedes-Benz EQV, an electric people mover based on the V-Class, has been revealed.
Powering the EQV is an electric motor with 150kW of power and 362Nm of torque. It's connected to the front wheels with a single-speed transmission.
Fitted with a 90kWh lithium-ion battery the EQV is claimed to have a driving range of 405 kilometres on a full charge. The battery is mounted under the floor and is said not to impede on interior space.
Aston Martin is getting closer to revealing its first-ever SUV, using social media to once again tease the 2020 DBX.
The focus of the latest teaser is the grille, which is the clearest link between the DBX and its coupe-bodied stablemates. It's unquestionably an Aston Martin grille, flanked by LED fog lights and rounded headlamps.
No Mr. Bond, I expect you to sell: Thunderball DB5 goes under the hammer
Aston Martin and James Bond go hand-in-hand, making cars from classic Bond films proper collector's items – and no James Bond car is more more famous than the DB5.
The latest silver-screen Aston Martin to go under the hammer is the 1965 DB5 used to promote Thunderball in North America, and fetched $9.4 million at auction in California. That makes it the most expensive DB5 ever sold at auction.