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The final Australian-built Holden to be auctioned
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27th Jan 2021
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The final Australian-built Holden to be auctioned

The final Holden built in Australia is set to go under the hammer this weekend. While the 'last' Holden Commodore to officially roll off an Australian production line and out the doors of the Elizabeth plant has been kept by US car giant General Motors, the final Commodore to pass through the body and paint shops (where the vehicle's panels were assembled and painted) is up for auction at the end of this month.
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Emma Notarfrancesco
2021 Peugeot 3008 SUV revealed, Australian timing confirmed – UPDATE: GT Sport variant announced
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27th Jan 2021
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2021 Peugeot 3008 SUV revealed, Australian timing confirmed – UPDATE: GT Sport variant announced

UPDATE, 27 January 2021: Peugeot Australia has confirmed the new 3008 will touch down on local shores in the coming months, offering the choice of a new GT Sport variant. The 3008 GT Sport grade will exclusively add a 'Black Pack', comprising black exterior and interior trim and black 19-inch alloy wheels, while other additions over lesser variants will include Nappa leather trim and a 10-speaker Focal premium sound system. Our original story continues below. Alex Misoyannis
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James Ward
Volkswagen ID.4 GTX, ID.5 electric performance SUVs confirmed for 2021 reveal
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26th Jan 2021
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Volkswagen ID.4 GTX, ID.5 electric performance SUVs confirmed for 2021 reveal

Volkswagen will triple the size of its electric SUV range in 2021, with the brand confirming the arrival of two new, sports-focused mid-size models. Hidden in a press release detailing Volkswagen's fleet-wide CO2 emissions output in 2020 is confirmation it will launch two new electric SUVs in 2021, alongside the previously-revealed ID.4: the ID.4 GTX and ID.5.
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Alex Misoyannis
Four new Lotus sports cars confirmed, will replace Elise, Exige and Evora
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25th Jan 2021
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Four new Lotus sports cars confirmed, will replace Elise, Exige and Evora

Lotus's sports car range will (at last) undergo a major shake-up this decade, with the British brand confirming the arrival of "a new series of sports cars" set to launch in the coming years. The new models will not sit alongside the existing Elise, Exige and Evora sports cars, but rather replace them entirely, with the existing cars to end production by the end of 2021 – marking the end of a trio of nameplates in use since the Elise's debut in 1995.
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Alex Misoyannis
Lotus to debut all-new petrol-powered sports car in mid-2021 – report
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24th Jan 2021
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Lotus to debut all-new petrol-powered sports car in mid-2021 – report

Lotus looks set to unveil its first all-new, internal-combustion-engined model in more than a decade later this year, according to new overseas reports. According to industry publication Automotive News Europe, Lotus will unveil the still-unnamed model in the northern summer, powered by an internal combustion engine – though what mill it will use and whether it will feature electrification remain unclear.
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Alex Misoyannis