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2019 Kia Sportage spied
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9th Feb 2018
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2019 Kia Sportage spied

The facelifted Kia Sportage has been spied this week, giving us an early look at what's to come for the Korean SUV's mid-life refresh. While thick black sheets conceal most of the front and rear, we can see some new details on the Sportage that distinguish it from the version currently on sale.
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James Wong
Nissan e-Power explained, Australian launch a certainty
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8th Feb 2018
3 min read

Nissan e-Power explained, Australian launch a certainty

Nissan will introduce its e-Power petrol-electric drivetrain in Australia in the near future, to complement its zero emissions car rollout, led by the new Leaf due at the end of 2018 – and set to comprise 12 electric Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi vehicles by 2022.
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Mike Costello
2019 BMW X2 M35i spied
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8th Feb 2018
1 min read

2019 BMW X2 M35i spied

A hotter BMW X2 has been snapped testing in the snow, wearing bigger brakes and a more aggressive front end. The most powerful global X2 is currently the xDrive28i, with power coming from a 170kW four-cylinder engine. In Australia, the range will be limited to sDrive 18i, sDrive 20i and xDrive 20d, meaning the most powerful local offering makes 140kW.
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Scott Collie
Tesla stands by revised production targets, posts worst-ever quarter
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8th Feb 2018
2 min read

Tesla stands by revised production targets, posts worst-ever quarter

Tesla has stood by plans to build 2500 Model 3s per week by the end of March, despite having posted its worst-ever quarterly loss in Q4 of 2017. The company lost US$675.4 million ($864.2 million) across October, November and December 2017, compared to a $121 million loss in the same period of 2016. The information was disclosed in its financial results and shareholder letter.
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Scott Collie
Alpina B5: Price slashed ahead of March launch
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7th Feb 2018
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Alpina B5: Price slashed ahead of March launch

Alpina Automobiles has taken a knife to the price of the B5 BiTurbo sedan, slashing nearly $30,000 off the price announced in October last year. Originally listed at $239,900 before on-road costs, the company's local arm has confirmed it has repositioned the 5 Series-based sports luxury model to better compete with its competitors.
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James Wong
Jaguar D-Type re-enters production
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7th Feb 2018
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Jaguar D-Type re-enters production

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James Wong
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7th Feb 2018
2 min read

Jaguar D-Type re-enters production

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James Wong