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Kia Stinger V8 coming… to America? - UPDATE
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19th Sep 2017
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Kia Stinger V8 coming… to America? - UPDATE

UPDATE, 21/09/17: Kia's Australian arm has responded to this story today, stating that an interrupted phone connection had led to its earlier comments being misunderstood. Kia Australia communications manager Kevin Hepworth said this morning that although he noted there had been talk in the media of a V8 Stinger project, there has been no word on such an undertaking, with no confirmation to be had.
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Matt Campbell
McLaren 570GT 'XP Green' by MSO revealed
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19th Sep 2017
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McLaren 570GT 'XP Green' by MSO revealed

Update: McLaren's local division has confirmed that the 570GT XP Green won't be offered locally, and is reserved for Europe and the UK. See bottom of article for details. McLaren Special Operations (MSO) has created a limited-run collection of six special 570GT sports cars, finished in traditional British automotive colours.
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James Wong
Toyota Australia confident of future success, “whichever direction” things go
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19th Sep 2017
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Toyota Australia confident of future success, “whichever direction” things go

Those inside the local division of the world's largest car manufacturer, Toyota, say while other brands might be focussing attention on a single future powertrain technology, they're confident the Japanese marque's broader approach will prove successful in the long run.
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David Zalstein
2018 Holden Astra 'GSi' spied
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18th Sep 2017
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2018 Holden Astra 'GSi' spied

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Derek Fung
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18th Sep 2017
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2018 Holden Astra 'GSi' spied

Holden Astra 2017
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Derek Fung
Mini envisions autonomous driving for race tracks
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18th Sep 2017
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Mini envisions autonomous driving for race tracks

Mini admits that autonomous driving technology in its traditional sense does not make a whole lot of sense for the young and sporty brand, however, it foresees a future where the artificial intelligence in its cars can be used to showcase the full sporty potential of its vehicles. Speaking to Australian media at last week's 2017 Frankfurt motor show, the senior vice president of Mini, Sebastian Mackensen, said that for now, Mini buyers are not asking for autonomous driving technologies.
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Alborz Fallah
Hyundai ute confirmed... after 2020
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18th Sep 2017
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Hyundai ute confirmed... after 2020

The on-again/off-again talk of a pick-up or ute from Hyundai Australia is definitely on again, but buyers will have to wait until after 2020 to get their hands on one. Hyundai Motor Company Australia chief operating officer Scott Grant told media that it's a constant talking point in the company's offices.
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Matt Campbell