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Ferrari Dino project axed
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18th Sep 2019
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Ferrari Dino project axed

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William Stopford
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18th Sep 2019
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Ferrari Dino project axed

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William Stopford
Honda targeting 10,000 annual European sales for 'e'
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18th Sep 2019
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Honda targeting 10,000 annual European sales for 'e'

Honda is expecting to sell around 10,000 examples of its first mass-produced electric vehicle every year in Europe. Finally revealed as a production car at the Frankfurt motor show, order books for the Honda e are open and deliveries are on track for the European summer of 2020. According to a report from Automotive News Europe, exactly how many sales will depend on the performance of Honda's petrol-powered cars, thanks to Europe's tough fleet CO2 targets.
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Scott Collie
New Mitsubishi ASX spied, marks return of GSR badge
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18th Sep 2019
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New Mitsubishi ASX spied, marks return of GSR badge

Mitsubishi will revive the iconic GSR performance badge to distinguish the more powerful model due to join the revised ASX line-up in October. The Mitsubishi ASX is due to get yet another facelift – that introduces the company’s “shield” grille – while it continues to develop a new generation model with its new joint venture partner Nissan.
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Joshua Dowling
Kia undecided on next-generation Stinger
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17th Sep 2019
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Kia undecided on next-generation Stinger

The Kia Stinger performance sedan has won numerous awards but it hasn’t won as many hearts as the South Korean carmaker was hoping – and now the company is deciding if it will build a successor. If a second generation Kia Stinger goes ahead, it could become an electric car. The global slump in sedan sales has hit the Kia Stinger head on, particularly in North America where it was expected to shine.
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Joshua Dowling
NSW: 40km/h slow down, move over laws expanded as trial ends
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17th Sep 2019
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NSW: 40km/h slow down, move over laws expanded as trial ends

Laws forcing New South Wales drivers to slow to 40km/h past emergency services will be made official on September 26, after the completion of a 12 month trial. A total of 936 fines have been issued during the trial, designed to better protect emergency services working on the roadside. Drivers are forced to slow to 40km/h when they pass police, ambulance and fire services with their lights flashing – and face fines of $446 if they don't.
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Scott Collie
2020 Mini Clubman JCW pricing and specs
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17th Sep 2019
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2020 Mini Clubman JCW pricing and specs

Mini's fastest-ever production car, the new Clubman JCW, will touch down in Australia before the end of 2019, priced from $57,900 before on-road costs. Powered by a 2.0-litre turbocharged petrol engine, the Clubman JCW now makes 225kW and 450Nm, an increase of 55kW over the outgoing model. The engine is shared with the BMW X2 M35i, as is the eight-speed automatic transmission. There's also a mechanical front differential to help put the power down.
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Scott Collie