2019 Jeep Cherokee, Grand Cherokee Night Eagle unveiled
Jeep has revealed blacked-out special edition versions of its best-selling SUVs, adding limited-run Night Eagle trim to its Cherokee and Grand Cherokee ranges.
Based on the Laredo, the Grand Cherokee Night Eagle rides on a set of 20-inch black alloy wheels, which match the blacked-out grille, body-coloured bumper trims, tinted glass and black Jeep badging.
Honda Civic +Luxe hatch on sale for $29,990 drive-away
Honda Australia has announced the Civic +Luxe hatchback, which gets a handful of upgrades to offer what it's describing as "affordable luxury".
Based on the VTi-S grade (from $24,490 before on-roads), the +Luxe gains leather-appointed seats, heated front seats, an eight-way power-adjustable driver's seat, metallic or pearlescent paint as standard, along with '+Luxe' badging.
It's been a few years in the making, but the Toyota C-HR Hybrid is just around the corner for Australian buyers.
Toyota dealers have confirmed with CarAdvice the company has indicated the petrol-electric version of its popular compact SUV will be in Australian showrooms before the end of 2019. If history is a guide the updated C-HR will be in showrooms around November, the same month previous updates have occurred.
BMW has revealed a range of M Performance Parts for the new X3 M and X4 M super SUVs, including a range of carbon-fibre add-ons and motorsport-inspired accessories.
For the exterior, buyers can opt for a range of components finished in carbon-fibre or gloss back. Carbon-fibre trim is available for the grille surrounds, 'air breathers' and door sill finishers, while high gloss black parts can be specified for the X3 M's roof-mounted rear spoiler and for the X4 M's available rear fins.
Cadillac has confirmed it's working on higher-performance models to sit above the just-unveiled CT4-V and CT5-V sedans, prototypes of which were displayed at Belle Island near Detroit, Michigan.
The latest announcement is very likely a response to online reception received by both cars after their unveiling last week, which was as frosty as the ones dished out to Steve Smith and David Warner in England.