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BMW 1 Series sedan may come to Australia
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13th Aug 2017
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BMW 1 Series sedan may come to Australia

Following news out of the US that the BMW 1 Series sedan may well be sold outside of its primary market, China, after all - it seems Australia could follow suit. A report from US industry journal Automotive News earlier this week suggested the 1 Series sedan could be sold in that country by 2019, going against the indication given by the German company when it unveiled the front-wheel-drive sedan, a model that was designed to be built in China, for Chinese buyers.
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Matt Campbell
Volkswagen California XXL motorhome concept unveiled
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12th Aug 2017
2 min read

Volkswagen California XXL motorhome concept unveiled

When it comes to motorhomes, there's money to be made, because cashed-up retirees will spend big bucks on a vehicle that allows them freedom and comfort in equal doses. It's no surprise, then, that this thing now exists - the Volkswagen California XXL motorhome concept.
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Matt Campbell
2019 Ford Ranger Raptor — a proper look underneath Ford's monster truck with 254mm ground clearance
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12th Aug 2017
3 min read

2019 Ford Ranger Raptor — a proper look underneath Ford's monster truck with 254mm ground clearance

Our US spy photographer has busted the 2019 Ford Ranger Raptor testing, with a feisty Aussie engineer behind the wheel. While the exterior spy photos don't show much more detail than the exclusive spy photos published at CarAdvice recently, they do show a very detailed look under the rear of the Ranger Raptor, plus a look at the front suspension.
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Paul Maric
Peugeot drops base models, confirms it ‘will not be the cheapest in market’
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11th Aug 2017
2 min read

Peugeot drops base models, confirms it ‘will not be the cheapest in market’

Peugeot says it will drop all base model vehicles from its range as it focuses on the Australian love affair with premium European vehicles, as reflected in sales figures across the industry. The company very recently repositioned its pricing strategy to be sharper and more in-line with competitors. However, according to Nick Senior, Asia Pacific boss of Peugeot and Citroen distributor Inchcape, the brand will now offer better value than ever before - but it will not be focused on price alone.
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Alborz Fallah
Intel plans 100 strong Level 4 self-driving car fleet after Mobileye acquisition
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10th Aug 2017
2 min read

Intel plans 100 strong Level 4 self-driving car fleet after Mobileye acquisition

Intel will, by the end of the year, begin rolling out a test fleet of around 100 Level 4 autonomous vehicles on public roads. The chip maker announced its plans after revealing it had completed the bulk of its acquisition of Mobileye, a major automotive safety systems supplier. To be developed and built by Mobileye, the Level 4 test fleet will be tested on public roads in Israel, the United States and Europe.
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Derek Fung