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2017 Honda Civic hatch pricing announced, arriving in May - UPDATE
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21st Mar 2017
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2017 Honda Civic hatch pricing announced, arriving in May - UPDATE

Update - The original version of this article stated all Civic hatch models come equipped with chrome exhaust tips. However, this is not the case - only RS models have chrome exhaust outlets. Australian pricing and initial details for the new 2017 Honda Civic hatch range have been detailed this week, before going on sale in May.
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James Wong
Pininfarina-styled HKG H600 concept headed for production
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20th Mar 2017
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Pininfarina-styled HKG H600 concept headed for production

The Hybrid Kinetic Group is planning to launch its H600 sedan in the US by the end of the decade, according to a new report. In a new article published by industry journal Automotive News, board member Carter Yeung says the concept car unveiled at the Geneva motor show earlier this month is a strong indication of what the production version will look like. "A lot of Chinese companies overpromise and underdeliver. We're going to be the opposite," he told the publication.
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James Wong
Stephan Winkelmann on Audi Sport goals and huge opportunities: interview
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20th Mar 2017
5 min read

Stephan Winkelmann on Audi Sport goals and huge opportunities: interview

Stephan Winkelmann might have been born in Berlin, but he grew up in Rome. And, as the former President and CEO of the now thriving Italian super sports car manufacturer Automobili Lamborghini for more than a decade, take it from me, he’s three parts Italian and one part German.
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Anthony Crawford
Lamborghini PHEV coming, V12 staying atmo and turbo V10 likely
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19th Mar 2017
3 min read

Lamborghini PHEV coming, V12 staying atmo and turbo V10 likely

Lamborghini has outlined plans for its powertrain line-up, confirming its first plug-in hybrid will arrive in 2020, while the brand seeks to maintain its naturally aspirated V12 engine for as long as possible. The CEO of Lamborghini, Stefano Domenicali, confirmed to CarAdvice at the Geneva motor show this week that the first plug-in hybrid from Lamborghini will be the second powertrain of the upcoming 2018 Urus SUV, set to be released in 2020.
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Alborz Fallah
Volvo autonomous cars 'won't make moral decisions' for occupants
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19th Mar 2017
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Volvo autonomous cars 'won't make moral decisions' for occupants

The head of Volvo Cars has stated that its autonomous vehicles will not make ‘moral decisions’ on behalf of the driver or occupants in the car. Hakan Samuelsson, Volvo Cars CEO, said at the 2017 Geneva motor show that the company would not allow the vehicle to choose between saving the driver or saving pedestrians or other road users in the event of an imminent accident. “No it will never do that,” Samuelsson said when asked if the software will make a moral decision.
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Matt Campbell