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2021 Kia Cerato price and specs: 2.0-litre models on sale now, GT due in June – UPDATE: GT details released
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2nd Jun 2021
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2021 Kia Cerato price and specs: 2.0-litre models on sale now, GT due in June – UPDATE: GT details released

Initial pricing and specifications for the 2021 Kia Cerato have been confirmed, ahead of its Australian launch commencing in the coming days. UPDATE, 3 June 2021: Pricing and specifications for the 2021 Kia Cerato GT have been confirmed, with the warm hatch gaining new equipment in exchange for an $1100 price rise. Click here to read the full, standalone story. This story has been amended and brought forward with the new details.
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Alex Misoyannis
Next Land Rover Discovery to share Discovery Sport's platform, new Range Rover to underpin Defender – report
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2nd Jun 2021
2 min read

Next Land Rover Discovery to share Discovery Sport's platform, new Range Rover to underpin Defender – report

The next-generation Land Rover Discovery, Discovery Sport, Range Rover Velar, and Range Rover Evoque – which are all slated for launch within three to four years – will be underpinned by JLR’s Electrified Modular Architecture (EMA), according to a new report from Automotive News Europe.
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William Davis
Toyota Mirai sets new world distance record; over 1000km on a tank of hydrogen
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2nd Jun 2021
2 min read

Toyota Mirai sets new world distance record; over 1000km on a tank of hydrogen

A Toyota Mirai has broken the distance record for a hydrogen-powered car just weeks after Hyundai set the record in Australia. The hydrogen-fuelled Mirai completed a round trip of 1003km on one tank of fuel in France last week, ending the record run with 9km of range left in the tank. The previous record was set only a few weeks ago in Australia, with a Hyundai Nexo covering a distance of 887.5km between Melbourne and Broken Hill on one tank of hydrogen.
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Rob Margeit
Euro 7 regulations will effectively "ban" internal combustion engines by 2030, industry lobby claims
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1st Jun 2021
1 min read

Euro 7 regulations will effectively "ban" internal combustion engines by 2030, industry lobby claims

Europe’s next series of emissions regulations – known as Euro 7, and slated for introduction in 2025 – could spell the end of mainstream internal combustion vehicle production before the end of the decade, according to the European Automobile Manufacturers' Association (ACEA).
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William Davis