Clamp down on personalised plates that promote speed – UPDATE
UPDATE – 18 December 2020: VicRoads has returned 'WEPN' number plates back to owner Peter Hansen following public backlash.
In June 2020, VicRoads warned Mr Hansen they had intended to cancel the number plates as they were deemed as being offensive, despite being fitted to his Holden Torana show car for a decade. See the original story below.
Hyundai's luxury brand Genesis will continue its expansion as a standalone range in 2021, and the number of showrooms will grow from one to three.
Genesis launched two all-new models in late 2020 – the G80 limousine and GV80 large SUV – but they will be joined by more models in 2021.
Around the tracks: Man has two Kia Sportages stolen in one month
When we’re not creating it ourselves, the CarAdvice team spends a lot of time finding and consuming motoring content from all over the world.
Here’s a handful of the photos, articles, videos or social media posts that most caught our eye last week. Some of them are brand new, others have been online for a while.
Enjoy them – just not too much, okay?
Dieselgate: Court decision exposes Volkswagen to lawsuits
The European Union's highest court has broadened the definition of illegal emissions-cheating technology on Thursday, laying the groundwork for future lawsuits against Volkswagen Group.
Defeat devices were previously only considered illegal if they manipulated emissions tests after the emissions were produced.
The ruling now includes 'upstream' technology used in order to subvert government emissions tests – even if the claimed intention was to improve engine longevity.
Alfa Romeo had a reasonable year considering the market challenges, with sales of the Stelvio SUV up about 15 per cent year-on-year.
With an updated Giulia sedan just launched, we're expecting to see similar updates flow across to the Stelvio, which is due to arrive in Alfa Romeo showrooms in the first quarter of 2021.