The MG Extender ute has been unveiled in Thailand, giving the brand it's first rear-wheel drive vehicle since the demise of the TF roadster at the beginning of the decade.
UPDATE, 13/08/19: The MG Extender ute doesn't look likely to come to Australia, with MG telling CarAdvice it's "not on our agenda now or in the foreseeable future".
Hyundai Nexo scores top marks in IIHS crash testing
The first hydrogen fuel-cell vehicle to be crash tested by the US Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) has passed with flying colours, scoring a 'Top Safety Pick+' grade.
Hyundai only offers the Nexo in California but voluntarily put the car up for IIHS testing, where the mid-sized SUV scored 'good' ratings in all six crashworthiness tests.
Infiniti Edition 30 models revealed for Pebble Beach, not for Oz
Infiniti Cars has revealed Edition 30 models based on most of its current North American line-up, ahead of a public debut at the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance.
The Q50, Q60, QX50, QX60 and QX80 have all received the special-edition treatment, headlined by a full suite of driver assistance systems as standard which the company says it "has brought to market".
The new larger Chevrolet Blazer 'XL' has been spied undergoing testing in Germany, of all places.
The location where this prototype vehicle was spotted is a little surprising given GM sold its Opel and Vauxhall brands to the PSA Group in 2017, and shuttered the Chevrolet brand in much of Europe in 2015.
Sources have told GM Authority the seven-seat Blazer is being developed for China, but could also be sold in South Korea and South America.
Price parity between electric and internal combustion cars is close - Volkswagen
One of the biggest barriers to electric vehicle adoption is price. The Hyundai Kona Electric is $20,000 more expensive than the range-topping petrol model, while the Nissan Leaf is $49,990 before on-road costs – but, according to a Volkswagen executive, the days of expensive electric vehicles are numbered.