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Toyota price rises across the range
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11th Aug 2020
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Toyota price rises across the range

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William Davis
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11th Aug 2020
3 min read

Toyota price rises across the range

Toyota 86 2020, Toyota C-HR 2020, Toyota Camry 2020, Toyota Corolla 2020, Toyota Fortuner 2020, Toyota Granvia 2020, Toyota HiAce 2020, Toyota HiLux 2020, Toyota Kluger 2020, Toyota Landcruiser 2020, Toyota Prius 2020, Toyota Prius C 2020, Toyota RAV4 2020, Toyota Supra 2020, Toyota Yaris 2020
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William Davis
Ford Bronco ute: will it come to Australia?
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10th Aug 2020
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Ford Bronco ute: will it come to Australia?

A Ford Bronco pick-up is said to be coming to showrooms by 2025, according to unconfirmed reports out of the US. However, its chances of being sold in Australia remain unclear. The Ford Bronco two-door and four-door heavy duty four-wheel-drive wagons have been developed solely for the US market at this point in time, even though both models share their DNA and core underpinnings with the Australian-developed Ford Ranger ute and Everest SUV.
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Joshua Dowling
2021 Subaru WRX and Levorg interior leaked
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10th Aug 2020
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2021 Subaru WRX and Levorg interior leaked

Interior photos of the all-new 2021 Subaru WRX and Levorg have surfaced online, ahead of the wagon's release in the coming months. The images on Japanese website Creative Trend appear to have been leaked from an official Subaru brochure, showing a much larger portrait-oriented infotainment screen, similar to the interior offered on the Subaru Liberty sold in the US. For the first time in a Subaru is a digital instrument cluster, giving the driver the ability to embed a GPS navigation map.
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Ben Zachariah
2021 Hyundai 'Ioniq 5' coming to Australia, more Ioniq models to follow
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9th Aug 2020
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2021 Hyundai 'Ioniq 5' coming to Australia, more Ioniq models to follow

Korean car maker Hyundai has confirmed it will launch a trio of new Hyundai Ioniq electric cars starting from 2021, based on two familiar concepts and one still to be shown. The 2021 Hyundai Ioniq 5 electric SUV (more a jacked-up hatch) will appear early next year, based on the 45 concept shown in 2019, and the company's local arm has confirmed an Australian launch will occur in the months to follow.
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Mike Stevens
Is this the world's cheapest electric car?
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9th Aug 2020
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Is this the world's cheapest electric car?

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William Davis
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9th Aug 2020
2 min read

Is this the world's cheapest electric car?

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William Davis
Electric car subsidies: how Australia compares to the rest of the world
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8th Aug 2020
3 min read

Electric car subsidies: how Australia compares to the rest of the world

Australian buyers pay substantially more for electric cars than motorists in Europe and the US, where generous government subsidies and strict emissions targets have forced prices down. While the financial incentives to purchase electric vehicles overseas can equate to as much as €12,000 ($AU20,000) per car, buyers in Australia get little to no taxpayer assistance.
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William Davis
Porsche 911 Turbo S versus McLaren 720S in drag race
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7th Aug 2020
1 min read

Porsche 911 Turbo S versus McLaren 720S in drag race

A quarter mile drag race between the new Porsche 911 Turbo S and a McLaren 720S has been conducted by carwow.com, with the results demonstrating the data as it appears on paper – or in the brochure – can be deceiving. The Porsche 911 Turbo S is powered by a 3.8-litre twin-turbo flat six-cylinder engine that produces 478kW/800Nm. The lightest variant weighs 1715kg. Pricing in Australia for the Porsche 911 Turbo S starts from $473,500 plus on-road costs.
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