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Mercedes-AMG GT Concept points to advanced powertrains, new models in the very near future
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8th Mar 2017
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Mercedes-AMG GT Concept points to advanced powertrains, new models in the very near future

It might be just a show car at this stage, but expect to see a production version of the four-door Mercedes-AMG GT as early as next year - though it probably won’t be the full-strength V8 hybrid we see here in concept form. The four- or five-seat GT car will most likely launch in 2018 with the latest V8 petrol engine and electric motor, but it probably won’t be a full-blown performance hybrid, according to Chairman of the Board of Management of Mercedes-AMG GmbH, Tobias Moers.
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Anthony Crawford
Toyota i-TRIL concept unveiled at Geneva
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8th Mar 2017
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Toyota i-TRIL concept unveiled at Geneva

Unveiled at the 2017 Geneva motor show, the Toyota i-TRIL concept takes a step into the not-so-distant future, with its eco-friendly mobility vehicle. A cross between a trike and the Japanese brand's i-Road concept, the city car features two wheels placed close together at the rear, at just 600mm, and two wheels even further apart at the front with a 1200mm track.
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Mandy Turner
2018 Infiniti Q50 update revealed
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7th Mar 2017
2 min read

2018 Infiniti Q50 update revealed

The updated 2018 Infiniti Q50 has been unveiled at the 2017 Geneva motor show. Visually, the Q50 now features a revised grille, and reworked tail-light graphics. Both the Sport and Red Sport 400 grades also receive more aggressive bumper designs. There are other additions to the range-topping Red Sport 400 model, including a more obvious rear diffuser-style element, black wing mirrors, and more prominent twin exhaust tips.
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Derek Fung
Mercedes-Benz says ‘No’ X-Class single cab, and ‘No’ to AMG version
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7th Mar 2017
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Mercedes-Benz says ‘No’ X-Class single cab, and ‘No’ to AMG version

Currently, the Mercedes-Benz X-Class is still a concept vehicle, but come late 2017, the world’s first premium-segment ute will launch in Europe. Australia will have to wait until 2018, but you can forget about a single-cab chassis or an AMG version, either looks unlikely, according to the Head of the Mercedes-Benz Vans division, Volker Mornhinweg.
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Anthony Crawford
Cadillac: Australia still a part of its future game plan
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7th Mar 2017
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Cadillac: Australia still a part of its future game plan

General Motors' luxury brand Cadillac has confirmed that building right-hand-drive vehicles is very much part of it future game plan, once it has further established itself a global player. Having previously come extremely close to launching the brand in Australia, Cadillac now appears to be gearing up for another go in the new decade.
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Alborz Fallah