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2021 Mazda new cars
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23rd Dec 2020
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2021 Mazda new cars

Mazda is an interesting case study in Australia, in that it has the highest percentage of private customers of any of the top ten mainstream brands. That's probably why its downturn of 15.8 percent lines up so closely to an overall 16 percent drop for the market. Mazda's figures generally closely resemble that of the market as a whole more so than any other brand.
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Trent Nikolic
2021 Lexus new cars
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23rd Dec 2020
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2021 Lexus new cars

Lexus has remained inside the top 20 best-selling brands in Australia this year as the luxury car sector continues to reveal mixed results on the sales charts. Sales for the Japanese brand were down 13 per cent compared to the same period last year, shifting 7689 units to the end of November 2020 –1202 less than over the same period in 2019.
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Charlie Bullis
McLaren Sabre hypercar spied in testing – UPDATE: Officially revealed
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23rd Dec 2020
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McLaren Sabre hypercar spied in testing – UPDATE: Officially revealed

UPDATE, December 23, 2020: After a multitude of spy sightings and patent leaks, the McLaren Sabre has been revealed in full. Powering the limited-run hypercar is a version of McLaren's venerable twin-turbocharged V8 engine (of unknown capacity) developing 615kW of power and 800Nm of torque – the most powerful, non-hybrid version of the mill offered in a McLaren to date. The British brand claims a top speed of 351km/h, second in the line-up only to the slippery, three-seater Speedtail.
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William Davis
2021 Land Rover new cars
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22nd Dec 2020
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2021 Land Rover new cars

Years don't get much bigger or more important for Land Rover, which launched the all-new Defender across the globe in 2020. 2021 continues that theme of icon re-imagining, with the short-wheelbase Defender 90 joining the existing Defender 110 range. MY21 Defenders will also get a new range of drivelines, which includes a 3.0-litre six-cylinder diesel replacing the current 2.0-litre four-pot D200 and D240 variants.
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Sam Purcell
2021 Hyundai Ioniq 5 powertrain details leaked
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22nd Dec 2020
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2021 Hyundai Ioniq 5 powertrain details leaked

Powertrain details of the upcoming 2021 Hyundai Ioniq 5 electric vehicle have leaked, ahead of its full debut in early 2021. Information published by Hyundai's Austrian arm – and subsequently discovered by The Korean Car Blog – reveals the Ioniq 5 will launch in Europe in limited-run 'First Edition' trim, offered solely with a 58kWh battery enabling a 450km range on the strict WLTP test cycle.
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Alex Misoyannis