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2021 Honda N-One revealed for Japan
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15th Sep 2020
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2021 Honda N-One revealed for Japan

Honda has revealed its updated N-One 'kei' car in Japan, although you could be forgiven for thinking little has changed. That’s not the case though. Despite the obvious aesthetic similarities, the new N-One really is new. Hang on does that make it the N-Two? Well, no. It's not quite that new.
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Kez Casey
2021 Audi S3 Sportback and sedan revealed, Australia confirmed
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15th Sep 2020
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2021 Audi S3 Sportback and sedan revealed, Australia confirmed

UPDATE: As part of a long-lead introduction, Audi has provided additional minor details about the new S3’s technical aspects. Check the bottom of this article for the latest. Audi has unveiled its new-generation challenger to the BMW M135i/M235i xDrive and Mercedes-AMG A35 premium hot small cars: the 2021 S3 Sportback and sedan. Twin under the skin to the upcoming Mk8 Volkswagen Golf R, the fourth-generation S3 follows a similar formula to that laid out by its predecessors.
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Alex Misoyannis
Hyundai Elantra recalled due to airbag fault
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14th Sep 2020
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Hyundai Elantra recalled due to airbag fault

Hyundai Australia has issued a recall of 28 examples of its Elantra with Model Years from 2008 to 2009 (MY08-MY09), due to a potentially dangerous airbag issue. The recall notice, lodged with the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC), says "if the airbag inflator ruptures during airbag deployment, metal fragments may propel towards the vehicle occupants at high speeds". It goes on to say the airbag may also under-inflate in an accident.
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Ben Zachariah
2021 BMW iNext could have more than 600km of electric range
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14th Sep 2020
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2021 BMW iNext could have more than 600km of electric range

The production version of BMW's iNext concept car could boast an all-electric range of more than 600km on a full charge from its flagship variant. According to BMW Blog, the German marque is on track to unveil the production-ready iNext later this year – and it's expected there will be three variants in the range.
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Susannah Guthrie
Lewis Hamilton no longer driving exotic collection, cites environmental concern
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13th Sep 2020
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Lewis Hamilton no longer driving exotic collection, cites environmental concern

Lewis Hamilton owns some of the world's fastest production cars, however he claims he no longer drives them for environmental reasons. The six-time Formula One world champion, who sold his private jet and became a vegan last year, told reporters on Thursday that he was doing his best to reduce his personal carbon footprint: "I don’t drive any of the cars that I own any more. I only drive my [electric Mercedes] EQC".
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William Davis