Haval preparing SUV onslaught for 2020 Beijing motor show
Haval will launch a trio of next-generation crossovers at the 2020 Beijing motor show, and they're all set for Australia.
A new H2 compact crossover to go head-to-head with the Mazda CX-3, mid-sized H6 to rival the Toyota RAV4, and body-on-frame H9 to battle the Isuzu MU-X will be revealed, the company has confirmed.
Automotive Industry Insights podcast: LIVE from our 11-ute comparison
Join us for our first episode of Automotive Industry Insights with Mandy Turner, Paul Maric, and Josh Dowling, live from the Melbourne 4x4 Proving Ground for our massive 2019 dual-cab ute comparison!
We get to know the new CarAdvice and Drive CEO, Alex Parsons.
Kez Casey compares the 2019 Abarth 124 Spider and Mazda MX-5 Roadster.
We chat to Gavin about his 2017 BMW X5 40e owner review.
Lastly, Sam Purcell puts the Mitsubishi Pajero Sport and Isuzu MU-X back-to-back, on- and off-road.
Nissan Australia has released pricing and specifications for the mildly tweaked 2020 GT-R range, including the 50th Anniversary Edition, on sale now.
Based on the Premium Luxury grade, the 50th Anniversary (pictured) commands a $9,500 premium ($209,300 plus on-road costs) over the model on which it's based, and adds the requisite exterior badging as well as 50th Anniversary logos inside on the seats, centre console, tachometer and sill plates.
Hyundai 45 Concept: Retro-inspired EV teased for Frankfurt
The Hyundai 45 concept gives us a hint as to what future electric vehicles from the brand will look like. It’s set to be unveiled at the Frankfurt motor show on September 10, but Hyundai has released a single teaser photo ahead of the concept’s debut.
The concept’s name commemorates the 45th anniversary of the first car to wear the Hyundai badge, the 1975 Pony. Before the Pony, the Hyundai Motor Company built Ford Cortinas under licence.
Mercedes-Benz X-Class sales below expectations, says vans boss
The product line of the Mercedes-Benz van division, including the X-Class ute, is currently under review due to changing market conditions.
Marcus Breitschwerdt, head of Mercedes-Benz Vans, told Reuters management was busy "reviewing and realigning our strategic orientation" with a downturn in diesel sales hitting the division hard.
Speaking at the launch of the EQV electric people mover, Breitschwerdt said sales of the Nissan Navara-based X-Class were not up to the company's expectations.