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2021 BMW M5 spied
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4th Oct 2019
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2021 BMW M5 spied

Photographers have snapped the upcoming facelift for the BMW M5 during development testing, with less camouflage than previously seen. Anticipated to be on track for a 2020 reveal, the updated M5 appears to draw heavily from the latest 3 Series, with sharper and slimmer headlights and a new LED daytime-running light signature.
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James Wong
2020 Isuzu D-Max teased: All-new model due in Australian showrooms next year
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4th Oct 2019
3 min read

2020 Isuzu D-Max teased: All-new model due in Australian showrooms next year

Isuzu has given the world a sneak peek of the new-generation D-Max ute, which is expected in Australian showrooms in 2020. As these images taken from the video show, the Isuzu D-Max will maintain its familiar tough-truck look, however it will be completely new from the wheels up. This is the first full model change for the Isuzu D-Max since the current version went on sale in 2012.
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Joshua Dowling
2005-12 Lexus IS recalled
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3rd Oct 2019
1 min read

2005-12 Lexus IS recalled

Lexus Australia has issued a recall for more than 13,700 older-generation IS250, IS350 and IS F models over concerns replacement airbags fitted as part of the Takata campaign may not deploy correctly.
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James Wong
2020 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray convertible revealed
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3rd Oct 2019
3 min read

2020 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray convertible revealed

The latest C8 series of Chevrolet Corvette switched to a mid-engine layout for the first time, and now the convertible brings another dramatic change to the line – a retractable hardtop roof. The Corvette convertible maintains the coupe’s sleek profile, though the placement of the roof mechanism means there’s no longer a window to the engine. The roof is body-coloured by default but you can opt for it and the flying buttresses to be painted in contrasting Carbon Flash metallic grey.
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William Stopford
Holden posts lowest monthly sales since 1948
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3rd Oct 2019
2 min read

Holden posts lowest monthly sales since 1948

Holden has posted its lowest monthly sales result since the first car rolled off the production line and then-Prime Minister Ben Chifley declared “she’s a beauty” in 1948. The latest sales figures show Holden reported just 2863 cars as sold in September 2019 – the lowest result in its 71 year history – a decline of 38 per cent compared to the same month the previous year.
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Joshua Dowling