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2018 Audi A8 spied almost disguise free
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11th Apr 2017
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2018 Audi A8 spied almost disguise free

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Derek Fung
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11th Apr 2017
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2018 Audi A8 spied almost disguise free

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Derek Fung
Kia Stinger GT to get BMW-style, dynamic suspension tweaks for Australia
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11th Apr 2017
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Kia Stinger GT to get BMW-style, dynamic suspension tweaks for Australia

The Kia Stinger GT’s Australian-market suspension tuning will focus on maximising driving character and response, with product from BMW, Mercedes-Benz and even Lexus cited as key benchmarks, as much as the beloved Commodore SS. Due in Australia around September — before any other export market — the rear-wheel-drive Stinger liftback is being billed as a halo car for the brand with genuine volume potential that can fill a gap left behind by the outgoing big Aussie-made sedans.
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Mike Costello
Infiniti to continue building dealer network in Australia
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11th Apr 2017
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Infiniti to continue building dealer network in Australia

Japanese premium marque Infiniti remains committed to the expansion of its dealer network in Australia, with an eleventh showroom to open its doors later this year. The brand's initial launch in 2012 saw Infiniti Centres open in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. Since then, there are now dealerships in Perth, Canberra and Adelaide, along with South West Sydney, the Gold Coast, Castle Hill and Newcastle.
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James Wong
2018 Volkswagen T-Roc spied almost without disguise
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10th Apr 2017
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2018 Volkswagen T-Roc spied almost without disguise

The Volkswagen T-Roc crossover has been spied in Europe with a very minimal level of disguise. Volkswagen has done away with the full-body camouflage used on earlier prototypes, with this car's disguise limited primarily to gobs of deliberately obfuscating chrome around the grille, headlights, sills, and driving lights. The company has also pasted red tape around the tail-lights and a chrome bar across the tailgate to help disguise those features.
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Derek Fung
Automatic number plate recognition in detail: We go on patrol with Queensland police
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9th Apr 2017
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Automatic number plate recognition in detail: We go on patrol with Queensland police

Driving dodgy in the digital age? You're caught already. As in most Australian states, Queensland Police are now actively operating the next-generation of crime fighting technology: Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR). In Queensland alone, the tech has been used to accurately scan number plates over 23 million times in the last 15 months. Fitted to police vehicles across the state, ANPR scanners have the ability to fight crime in ways previously the domain of science fiction.
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Alborz Fallah
Subaru recalls 33,000 vehicles for Takata airbag replacement
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9th Apr 2017
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Subaru recalls 33,000 vehicles for Takata airbag replacement

Subaru has issued a recall for 33,228 vehicles across a range of model lines, as part of the ongoing Takata airbag saga. Affected vehicles include 11,234 units of the 2008-2011 Impreza and WRX, 12,313 of the 2009-2012 Forester, 1817 of the 2004-2009 Liberty and Outback, and 673 2009-2010 Tribeca vehicles. Another 432 of the 2010 Liberty Exiga, along with 6759 of the 2009-2014 Liberty and Outback have been recalled, which were previously not involved in the Takata issue.
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Mandy Turner