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Lexus doesn't want everyone to love its design
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19th Jan 2018
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Lexus doesn't want everyone to love its design

Lexus is well aware of how polarising its styling has become; the man who led the design process on two of the brand’s most arresting concept cars says that’s kind of the point. Kevin Hunter is the president of Toyota’s Calty Design Research studios, located in California and Michigan, that created the LF-LC concept (which morphed into the LC flagship coupe) and the just-released LF-1 Limitless crossover concept. MORE: Lexus LC500 vs Lexus LF-LC Concept: Styling Faceoff
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Mike Costello
2019 Mercedes-Benz CLA spied in the snow
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19th Jan 2018
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2019 Mercedes-Benz CLA spied in the snow

The next-generation Mercedes-Benz CLA has been spied for the first time, putting along the snowy roads of Sweden. While the vehicle remains heavily camouflaged, it's pretty clear the new CLA will continue to be a 'mini me' to the larger CLS. It also wears a similar front end to the new-generation A-Class prototypes that have been spotted recently, reinforcing the small four-door coupe's family link to its hatchbacked sibling.
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James Wong
2019 BMW X4 to be revealed in coming months
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18th Jan 2018
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2019 BMW X4 to be revealed in coming months

The next-generation BMW X4 looks set to be revealed in the coming months, with Bernhard Kuhnt - BMW North America's CEO - confirming the new crossover will debut this year. Confirming the news while speaking to press at the 2018 Detroit motor show - as reported by Carscoops - Kuhnt said; "this year, we will launch a new BMW X4".
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James Wong
2019 Skoda Fabia teased ahead of Geneva
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18th Jan 2018
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2019 Skoda Fabia teased ahead of Geneva

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James Wong
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18th Jan 2018
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2019 Skoda Fabia teased ahead of Geneva

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James Wong
ANCAP Crashlab to get $1.6m upgrade
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18th Jan 2018
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ANCAP Crashlab to get $1.6m upgrade

The New South Wales Government has committed $1.6 million to upgrading the ANCAP Crashlab, which will enable the facility to assess autonomous vehicle safety technologies. Minister for roads, maritime and freight, Melinda Pavey, made the announcement this week, which will support local crash-testing authority, ANCAP, in the testing of driver assistance systems.
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James Wong
2019 Audi Q3 spied testing in the snow
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17th Jan 2018
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2019 Audi Q3 spied testing in the snow

The second-generation Audi Q3 has been spied again, this time undergoing testing in the snow-filled north of Sweden. Compared to the vehicle spied in Germany last October, this vehicle only exposes more of its tail-light design. Thanks to the reflectivity of the snowy landscape, we do we get to see some more of the new Q3's detailing, include the subtle shoulders over both the front and rear wheel arches.
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Derek Fung