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2021 MG HS price and specs: Mid-size SUV gains entry-level Core variant
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23rd Dec 2020
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2021 MG HS price and specs: Mid-size SUV gains entry-level Core variant

The 2021 MG HS range has been expanded for 2021, with the addition of an entry-level Core variant for the new year. Priced from $29,990 drive-away, the Core retails for $2000 less than the existing 'base' HS variant, the Vibe, with first examples scheduled to arrive in MG showrooms in January 2021.
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Alex Misoyannis
2021 Lotus new cars
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23rd Dec 2020
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2021 Lotus new cars

In 2020, Lotus sold 48 vehicles, a decline of eight per cent compared to last year – not so surprising for a high-performance sports brand during a testing time. There's something to look forward to next year though, and it's set to arrive in Australia in mid-2021.
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Emma Notarfrancesco
Apple plans to become car maker by 2024; Musk takes aim – report
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23rd Dec 2020
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Apple plans to become car maker by 2024; Musk takes aim – report

Apple has its eye on the automotive industry, with insiders telling news outlet Reuters the tech giant wants to begin production of a vehicle in 2024. Nicknamed 'Project Titan', the self-driving electric car planned by Apple is said to be back on track, having been on and off since the idea first emerged in 2012.
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Ben Zachariah
2021 LDV new cars
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22nd Dec 2020
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2021 LDV new cars

It was a big year for LDV, which saw 2020 sales leap 33 per cent over its result in 2019. This was led by the T60 ute, which has no scheduled updates coming in 2021. Stock of the recently-launched Deliver 9 large van will be bolstered in Q1, and other markets have seen a minor facelift to the smaller G10 van and people mover which may flow on to Australia. MORE: Everything LDV
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James Ward
2017-20 Ferrari 812 Superfast recalled over rear window fault
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22nd Dec 2020
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2017-20 Ferrari 812 Superfast recalled over rear window fault

Ferrari Australia has recalled 140 examples of its 812 Superfast from model years 2017 to 2020 over an issue that could see the rear window detach from the rest of the car. The recall notice, lodged with the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC), says "incorrect bonding of the rear window may lead to decreased adhesion of the rear window to the rear hood".
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Susannah Guthrie