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The facelifted BMW X1 has been made cheaper at the low end and pricier at the top end, with unchanged pricing for diesel models.
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2020 Mercedes-AMG A45 10-plus seconds quicker around Nürburgring than predecessor
The new 2020 Mercedes-AMG A45 is at least 10 seconds quicker around the infamous Nürburgring race circuit than its predecessor, thanks to its more powerful engine and advanced all-wheel drive system.
Although Mercedes-AMG representatives would not confirm an actual time, they admitted the car’s ability to lap the famous 'green hell' was at least 10 seconds quicker than its predecessor (which is known to have achieved a lap time around 8:04 seconds).
The 2021 BMW iNext has been snapped on a trailer alongside the current X5, although the company has worked hard to conceal details about its upcoming technology flagship.
Where the upcoming iX3 and i4 will be based on the internal-combustion X3 and 4 Series respectively, the iNext will be something a bit different. It's not expected to share cues with an existing model.
Honda has continued teasing its upcoming entry to the world of mass-produced electric vehicles, the E, with details about its widescreen infotainment system.
The hatchback will get a five-screen, full-width digital dashboard powered by what Honda calls the 'AI powered Honda Personal Assistant'. There are feeds for the mirror-replacing cameras on each door at each end of the screen array, while the driver is faced with an 8.8-inch digital instrument binnacle.
2020 Mitsubishi Pajero Sport revealed, here next year
The facelifted Mitsubishi Pajero Sport has been revealed, ahead of its Australian introduction "in early 2020".
From the outside there's revisions to the front and rear fascias, with the face more in line with the updated Triton ute on which the Pajero Sport is based.
Key changes include revised headlights and fog-lights, a new grille, rejigged bumpers, and new alloy wheels, which all add together for a chunkier and more purposeful look.
Top: 2020 Pajero Sport, Bottom: Current model