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.
Pininfarina has teased the HK GT ahead of its official unveiling at the Geneva motor show this March.
As you'd expect, the images published on social media doesn't give much away. It provides a sneak peek at the top of the car, revealing a two-door body and slimline cameras built into the bodywork in place of side mirrors.
Inside, you can expect a cabin trimmed in a combination of suede and leather, complete with some expensive wood trim on the centre console.
Nissan Australia knows it needs more models, says it has a plan
Nissan knows its market coverage in Australia isn’t sufficient, but says it’ll add a number of models to meet tough targets in the future.
The company is sporting a lean range at the minute, having recently axed the under-performing Micra, Pulsar, Altima and Y61 Patrol diesel, leaving it under-indexed in the shrinking – but still big-volume – passenger market.
The second-generation Honda Amaze has been unveiled at the 2018 New Delhi motor show.
Developed by Honda Thailand, the new sedan is less than four metres long, and rides on a new platform. The company hasn't provided any other details about the vehicle. It also hasn't given us a look inside.
Honda says the new Amaze has a "sophisticated and spacious interior, a more efficient powertrain, ... and is equipped with latest in safety technologies and convenience features".
Industry body created to support hydrogen expansion in Australia
Hydrogen Mobility Australia (HMA) has been founded, aimed at advocating for the burgeoning local hydrogen industry.
It's made up of automakers, energy companies and infrastructure providers including Toyota Australia, Hyundai Australia, BP Australia and Caltex Australia.