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Maserati Levante GTS coming Down Under for MY2020
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6th Aug 2018
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Maserati Levante GTS coming Down Under for MY2020

Maserati has confirmed the Levante GTS will be coming to Australia, but it's still a long way off touching down. The 404kW super-SUV won't be here until late in 2019, with Maserati confirming it'll be available for the 2020 model year. "From the moment the V8 Levante was hinted at, let alone revealed in the USA, we have had clients wishing to put their name down for the ultimate Maserati SUV,” said Glen Sealey, chief operating officer of Maserati Australia, New Zealand and South Africa.
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Scott Collie
Toyota sells its stake in Isuzu
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5th Aug 2018
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Toyota sells its stake in Isuzu

Toyota and Isuzu agreed to work together on diesel engine development in 2006, as well as explore other collaborative projects. As part of the agreement Toyota purchased 50 million shares in Isuzu, equating at the time to about 5.9 per cent of the automaker's stock.
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Derek Fung
Configurator Challenge: Mercedes-Benz S-Class Coupe and Cabriolet
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3rd Aug 2018
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Configurator Challenge: Mercedes-Benz S-Class Coupe and Cabriolet

Customisation is in vogue at the moment, but choice can be seriously confusing. In our configurator challenge, we let the CarAdvice team loose on a manufacturer’s website to create their ideal spec of a certain model. For this edition of the Configurator Challenge, we’re designing our perfect Mercedes-Benz S-Class Coupe or Cabriolet. Let us know what you think in the comments, and which cars you’d like to see next!
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James Wong
Review Wrap: The best of July, 2018
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3rd Aug 2018
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Review Wrap: The best of July, 2018

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James Wong
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3rd Aug 2018
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Review Wrap: The best of July, 2018

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James Wong
New Ferrari CEO calls Marchionne's targets 'aspirational'
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3rd Aug 2018
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New Ferrari CEO calls Marchionne's targets 'aspirational'

During a conference call with analysts, Louis Camilleri, the recently-appointed CEO of Ferrari, has repeatedly called Sergio Marchionne's target of doubling the company's profit by 2022 as "aspirational". "Both Sergio and I had the same ambitions," Camilleri told Bloomberg and analysts on the call, but cautioned the former Ferrari chief's goal carried “risks and opportunities".
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Derek Fung