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Hyundai considering a hydrogen supercar, some future N models will go electric, say executives
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27th Apr 2021
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Hyundai considering a hydrogen supercar, some future N models will go electric, say executives

Hyundai is working on a hydrogen-powered supercar – however it is yet to get the green light for production. In a conference with international media today, the head honchos of Hyundai’s performance division revealed the company is experimenting with hydrogen power for a supercar – and said some future N models could have pure electric power.
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Joshua Dowling
E-motorsports set to feature in the Olympic Games
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27th Apr 2021
2 min read

E-motorsports set to feature in the Olympic Games

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has announced the inaugural Olympic Virtual Series will include motorsport as part of its push to embrace e-sports under its charter as well as engaging a new, more youthful audience. Scheduled to take place ahead of the Tokyo Olympics later this year, the Olympic Virtual Series (OVS) will encompass five e-sports, with motorsport set to feature alongside baseball, cycling, rowing and sailing.
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Rob Margeit
2020 Mercedes-Benz GLA recalled with airbag fault
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26th Apr 2021
1 min read

2020 Mercedes-Benz GLA recalled with airbag fault

Mercedes-Benz Australia has recalled 13 examples of its GLA SUV in Australia, citing a potential fault with the airbag deployment system. The affected vehicles were sold between 1 June 2020 and 29 October 2020 (Model Year 2020).
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William Davis
2021 GWM Baja Snake: Shelby distances itself from China's off-road ute
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25th Apr 2021
1 min read

2021 GWM Baja Snake: Shelby distances itself from China's off-road ute

The 2021 GWM Baja Snake ute was developed with no input from Shelby, despite initial reports to the contrary. Unveiled at the 2021 Shanghai motor show last week, GWM's hardcore Baja Snake was purported to have been developed in collaboration with legendary American muscle car tuner Shelby, with input from the US outfit likely centring around the dual-cab's mechanical upgrades.
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Alex Misoyannis
Honda to go electric and hydrogen only by 2040, Australia included
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24th Apr 2021
3 min read

Honda to go electric and hydrogen only by 2040, Australia included

Japanese brand Honda – one of the world's largest manufacturers of internal combustion engines, producing about 14 million per year for cars and motorcycles – has announced it plans to end production of petrol and diesel engines globally by 2040 and switch to electric power.
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Alex Misoyannis