Lagonda will reveal its second concept car at the 2019 Geneva motor show, designed to offer a glimpse of how its fully-electric off-roader will look.
The new All-Terrain Concept will be the first production Lagonda. It appears to be a raised version of the autonomous concept unveiled last year in Geneva.
Billed as an "entirely new approach to luxury", the Lagonda Vision Concept (below) was fully electric, and didn't require any driver inputs. Steering yourself is so 2016, you see.
The Audi A1 Allroad has been spied once more, this time doing a spot of cold weather testing in Sweden.
Compared to the regular A1, this off-road-style variant has taller ride height, different front and rear bumper designs, revised side sills, and, possibly, some extra protection for the wheel arches.
Lexus Australia has continued its growth this past month, setting an all-time sales record for the month of January with 705 registrations.
The result is a 15.8 per cent improvement on January 2018's figure of 609 units, largely bolstered by the introduction of the all-new UX baby crossover (pictured above), which added 116 units.
Of the 705 Lexus vehicles registered during January, a whopping 568 were from the company's SUV lines.
Toyota Australia has announced further details about the upcoming 2019 RAV4, claiming it'll offer class-leading safety across the range.
Regardless of trim, the mid-sized SUV will come with adaptive cruise control, pre-collision safety system (autonomous emergency braking) with pedestrian/cyclist detection, lane-departure warning, road sign monitoring, and automatic high-beam as standard from the base model.
Hyundai is reportedly preparing a hi-po N version of its popular Tucson to rival the likes of the Cupra Ateca.
According to the UK's Auto Express, 'insiders' claim the Tucson N will pump out over 250kW and hit triple figures in 'under six seconds'.
Further details are still to be confirmed, though the publication's sources did say that Hyundai is "not interested in making also-ran cars with N badges on them in whatever class they compete".