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2019 Infiniti Q30, QX30 pricing and specs
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2nd Dec 2018
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2019 Infiniti Q30, QX30 pricing and specs

Infiniti Australia has released pricing and specifications for the upgraded 2019 Q30 and QX30 range, now priced from $44,900 before on-road costs. Headlining the changes for the new model year is the range-wide standard inclusion of a rear-view camera and DAB+ digital radio – the former a glaring omission in the Q30/QX30 spec sheet at the base level previously.
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James Wong
Los Angeles motor show: 10 past concepts we wish made production
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2nd Dec 2018
9 min read

Los Angeles motor show: 10 past concepts we wish made production

With its unique blend of high arts, surf culture and multiculturalism, California could lay claim to the title of America's 'cultural epicentre' – and its rich car culture is one of the highlights.
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Kez Casey
Audi Flying Taxi Concept unveiled in Amsterdam
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1st Dec 2018
2 min read

Audi Flying Taxi Concept unveiled in Amsterdam

Audi, in conjunction with Airbus and Italdesign has presented an operational prototype of Pop.Up Next, its flying taxi concept. Pop.Up Next is essentially a hybrid between a drone and an autonomous car. The idea is the system has a ground module and a drone module. A separate passenger compartment can be transported by, and passed between, both transport modules.
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Chris Gething
2019 Honda HR-V Sport: Turbo SUV revealed for the UK - UPDATE
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29th Nov 2018
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2019 Honda HR-V Sport: Turbo SUV revealed for the UK - UPDATE

Honda UK has revealed and detailed the 2019 HR-V Sport, a new version of the company's compact SUV that is scheduled to go on sale in the first half of next year. UPDATE, 30/11/18: Honda Australia has again ruled out the introduction of the 1.5-litre turbo engine for local HR-V models. See bottom of article for details
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James Wong
2019 Skoda Scala interior revealed
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29th Nov 2018
1 min read

2019 Skoda Scala interior revealed

The interior Skoda Scala has been revealed a week before the car's full debut on December 6, local time, in Tel Aviv, Israel. The high-end model shown here stands out thanks to the light coloured strip of, probably, fake wood running across its width, and the floating pod housing the car's infotainment system. Although the touchscreen measures 9.2 inches diagonally, it looks significantly bigger as it surrounded by a black panel with integrated capacitive buttons.
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Derek Fung