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Nissan Leaf Nismo revealed for Japan
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19th Jul 2018
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Nissan Leaf Nismo revealed for Japan

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Scott Collie
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19th Jul 2018
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Nissan Leaf Nismo revealed for Japan

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Scott Collie
Nissan Juke update here in October
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19th Jul 2018
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Nissan Juke update here in October

Nissan Australia has confirmed the updated Juke crossover revealed at this year's Geneva motor show will be heading Down Under in October. Final pricing and specifications are still to be announced at this stage, but the release of the revised Juke will coincide with the launch of the new Nismo variant – which will be offered in Australia for the first time from October.
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VinFast: Vietnamese automaker to debut first models in Paris
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18th Jul 2018
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VinFast: Vietnamese automaker to debut first models in Paris

VinFast, a new car maker from Vietnam, is hoping to come out in style at the Paris motor show in October. The brand's first crossover and sedan have been designed by Pininfarina, and were actually teased by the design house back in February. VinFast reportedly unveiled 20 concept designs back in October 2017, and asked the public to choose their favourite. After around 62,000 people voted, the most popular sedan and crossover designs were then handed over to Pininfarina for development.
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Derek Fung
AEB: What pedestrian detection systems might not see
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18th Jul 2018
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AEB: What pedestrian detection systems might not see

Autonomous emergency braking (AEB) with pedestrian detection is one of the must-have safety features in modern cars, but it's not infallible. Whether it's false positives caused by reflective signs or systems failing during demonstrations, semi-autonomous safety assists can be fooled.
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Holden: Dave Buttner confirmed as new MD
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18th Jul 2018
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Holden: Dave Buttner confirmed as new MD

Holden has announced Mark Bernhard will leave his role as managing director and chairman at the end of July, with Dave Buttner will step into his role. Bernhard has been at the helm since July 2015, having piloted Holden through its transition from local manufacturer to full importer, completed with the closure of Holden's Elizabeth manufacturing plant on October 20 last year. “Holden is where it all started for me," Bernhard said in a statement.
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2019 Toyota Supra, BMW Z4 to offer four-cylinder engine
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17th Jul 2018
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2019 Toyota Supra, BMW Z4 to offer four-cylinder engine

It's official: the new fifth-generation Toyota Supra and third-generation BMW Z4 will be powered by both four- and six-cylinder turbocharged petrol engines. Road & Track has uncovered documentation from transmission maker ZF detailing the drivetrain choices of both the new Supra and its twin-under-the-skin BMW Z4.
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Derek Fung
Pininfarina teases electric PF0 hypercar
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17th Jul 2018
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Pininfarina teases electric PF0 hypercar

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Scott Collie
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17th Jul 2018
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Pininfarina teases electric PF0 hypercar

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