2019 Porsche Cayenne Coupe spied at the Nurburgring
The Porsche Cayenne Coupe has been spied again at the Nurburgring, ahead of an anticipated production reveal sometime next year.
It's been two years since we saw the first prototypes for the fastback Porsche SUV, and it appears the new body style is edging closer to production.
Up front the Cayenne Coupe will share much of its sheet metal with its wagon-bodied counterpart, with unique body panels from the B-pillar rearward.
The Aston Martin DBS GT Zagato has been teased ahead of its unveiling next year, as part of Zagato's centenary celebrations.
The new DBS GT Zagato will be based on the recently revealed DBS Superleggera, but will feature Zagato's signature double-bubble roof, an eye-catching new grille, and truncated rear end.
Deliveries of the DBS GT Zagato are expected to begin during the fourth quarter of 2020.
Peugeot has revealed its e-Legend Concept, an all-electric two-door with looks inspired by the 504 coupe.
The timing of the launch isn't a coincidence: the 504 on which the e-Legend is based was released 50 years ago. This is Peugeot paying tribute to one of its best-known, best-looking models while setting the scene for its next generation products.
Kia Australia has recalled the 2017-18 Rio and Stinger, over concerns about the load ratings specified on their tow bars.
According to the company, the tow bar labels have incorrect load ratings specified. Kia says that could result in the tow bar being used to tow objects above its maximum weight.
If a tow bar is overloaded it could separate from the vehicle, putting other road users at risk.
A total of 13,727 units are affected by this recall – a VIN list is attached here.
VACC celebrating centenary with 'world first' cavalcade
The Victorian Automobile Chamber of Commerce (VACC) is marking its 100-year anniversary this Saturday, with what's believed to be an event never attempted anywhere in the world.
The industry association is undertaking a cavalcade of 100 vehicles from 61 different marques, with one car from each year between 1918, the year VACC was founded, and 2018 making an appearance.