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2020 Kia Mohave revealed
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14th Aug 2019
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2020 Kia Mohave revealed

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Derek Fung
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14th Aug 2019
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2020 Kia Mohave revealed

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Derek Fung
2020 Mercedes-AMG GT R Black Series spied with massive rear wing
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14th Aug 2019
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2020 Mercedes-AMG GT R Black Series spied with massive rear wing

The Mercedes-AMG GT R Black Series has been spotted again, this time at the Nurburgring donning some noticeable changes to its aero package. Compared to the red vehicle spotted just days ago, this development prototype is wearing a massive double rear wing, something we haven't seen previously.
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James Wong
2020 Audi RS6 teased
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14th Aug 2019
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2020 Audi RS6 teased

Audi Sport has released another teaser of the next-generation RS6 performance wagon ahead of a full reveal next month. Likely to make its public debut at the Frankfurt motor show, the new RS6 is anticipated to utilise some form of electrification to not only get a power boost but also to reduce emissions and fuel use.
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James Wong
Fuel excise in the spotlight as calls for 'road tax' grow
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13th Aug 2019
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Fuel excise in the spotlight as calls for 'road tax' grow

Dropping income from the fuel excise is projected to put pressure on our road infrastructure going forward and there's no clear plan in place to solve the problem. The latest Infrastructure Australia audit reveals the nation's growing population is putting "unprecedented" strain on roads, arguing the current development boom will need to become the "new normal" if our infrastructure is to keep up.
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Scott Collie
2017-18 Volkswagen T6 Multivan recalled
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13th Aug 2019
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2017-18 Volkswagen T6 Multivan recalled

Volkswagen has recalled the 2017-18 'T6' Multivan over concerns about the electric doors and bootlid. According to the company, water could get into the interior of short-wheelbase T6 models with an electric bootlid and sliding doors, and run into their control unit. If water gets in, there's a risk of an incomplete short-circuit with local heat damage. If the doors, windows or sunroof are open, there's also a risk of fire.
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Scott Collie
Data privacy reform required for autonomous vehicles - NTC
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13th Aug 2019
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Data privacy reform required for autonomous vehicles - NTC

Australia needs to make privacy a priority when it comes to autonomous vehicles, according to the latest National Transport Committee (NTC) latest report into self-driving cars. Self-driving cars are reliant on huge swathes of data to operate, constantly communicating with other vehicles, road infrastructure, and the 'cloud' to navigate their way through the world.
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Scott Collie