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2019 BMW 8 Series spied
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13th Apr 2018
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2019 BMW 8 Series spied

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James Wong
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13th Apr 2018
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2019 BMW 8 Series spied

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James Wong
Volkswagen Group management shuffled under new CEO
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13th Apr 2018
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Volkswagen Group management shuffled under new CEO

Volkswagen Group has announced a significant executive restructure, as it chases "more efficient" management under new CEO, Dr. Herbert Diess. As reported earlier this week, Matthias Muller has 'stepped down' from his position as CEO, less than three years after taking on the role amid the Dieselgate storm. Four 'brand groups' have been created to handle the automaker's varied portfolio: Volume, Premium and Super Premium, with Truck & Bus to follow in due course.
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Senator calls to end "punishing" new car taxes
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13th Apr 2018
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Senator calls to end "punishing" new car taxes

Controversial senator David Leyonhjelm has called for the Federal Government to end "punishing layers of taxation" making new cars more expensive. The Liberal Democrats Senator argues the five per cent import tariffs on cars from nations without an Australian free-trade agreement, along with the 33 per cent luxury car tax (LCT) on vehicles over $65,000, keep buyers out of new cars with the latest safety equipment.
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2019 BMW X7 spied inside and out
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12th Apr 2018
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2019 BMW X7 spied inside and out

The upcoming BMW X7 has been snapped inside and out, giving us a better peek at the upcoming SUV flagship. After previewing the production car with an eye-catching concept at last year's Frankfurt motor show, BMW is preparing to put it in showrooms likely late this year or early next.
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Scott Collie
2018 Skoda Karoq here in September
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12th Apr 2018
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2018 Skoda Karoq here in September

Skoda Australia has confirmed the Karoq – its mid-size rival to the Volkswagen Tiguan – will be touching down locally in September, a few months after the original June launch date. Paul Pottinger, communications boss for Skoda Australia, confirmed the news this week, along with a $30,000 starting point. The charge will be led by the front-wheel drive Karoq 110TSI petrol, with diesel and all-wheel drive variants to follow in the first half of 2019.
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Scott Collie
Dubai to trial digital number plates
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11th Apr 2018
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Dubai to trial digital number plates

The emirate of Dubai will begin testing "Tag 2 Connect" digital number plates from next month. Sultan Abdullah al-Marzouqi, head of vehicle licensing at Dubai's Roads and Transport Authority (RTA), has told the BBC the digital plates can inform emergency services if the vehicle they're attached to has been involved in an accident.
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Derek Fung
2019 Toyota Supra interior spied
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11th Apr 2018
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2019 Toyota Supra interior spied

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Derek Fung
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11th Apr 2018
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2019 Toyota Supra interior spied

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