Kia has revealed the updated Cadenza, known in its home market as the K7, sporting subtle design revisions and some technology updates.
The large front-wheel drive sedan gets a new, larger grille up front, along with sharper headlights with a new LED daytime-running lights signature, along with a new bumper. It's definitely going for a more luxurious and premium look.
Hydrogen station explodes in Norway, fuel cell car sales suspended
Around 5.30pm on Monday June 10, local time, an explosion took place at the hydrogen refuelling station in Sandvika, a city around 15km south of Oslo, Norway.
State broadcaster NRK reports emergency services established a 500 metre exclusion zone around the hydrogen station. With the station located near the intersection of two highways, both were shutdown for several hours as authorities tried to contain the situation.
Aston Martin's new factory produces its first car, a DBX prototype
Aston Martin's new Welsh factory has produced its first car ahead of series production kicking off next year.
Located around in the town of St Athan, the new factory is around 20 kilometres south-west of the Welsh capital Cardiff.
The 36 hectare site was purchased from the Ministry of Defence in 2016, and since then the automaker has converted much of site, including its "super hangars" into a modern manufacturing facility with plenty of glass walls.
2019 BMW 3 Series Touring revealed, here late 2019
BMW has unveiled its load-lugging 3 Series, the Touring, ahead of its arrival in Australia late this year.
As with its sedan sibling, the 3 Series Touring represents a significant change from the car it replaces. It's 76mm longer, 16mm wider and 8mm taller, freeing up 5L more luggage space (500L) with the rear seats in place and 10L (1610L) more with them in place. The load area is 112mm wider, and the loading lip is lower than before.
The Ford Territory EV has been unveiled ahead of its official launch in the second half of this year, and claims the honour of being the company's first all-electric vehicle.
Ford has yet to reveal any details about the Territory EV's drivetrain, although we do know the crossover is capable of 360 kilometres on a charge using the (more lenient) NEDC test cycle.