Hyundai will enter a modified i30 Fastback N in the 2019 World Time Attack Challenge (WTAC), as it looks to develop a range of performance-oriented parts for its road-going range.
Competing in Clubsprint class, the modified Fastback will go head-to-head with other 'lightly-modified' road cars. The project has been headed up by Hyundai Australia, with backing from head office.
2020 Volvo XC40 Electric sketched out, includes 'frunk'
The design of the Volvo XC40 Electric, the company's first EV, has been teased ahead of its launch on October 16, European time.
Externally the electric XC40 will feature a cleaner rear bumper design as it has no need for tailpipes, while the covered up grille has plenty of space to hide the sensors required for the car's new Advanced Driver Assistance System.
Audi RS3 sedan and hatch return delayed until 2020
Fans of Audi’s most affordable high-performance models will need to wait a little longer before the RS3 sedan and hatch return to Australian showrooms.
Audi stopped production of the Audi RS3 twins in late 2018 while the company had to redo the certification process to meet Europe’s real-world fuel economy tests known as WLTP (worldwide harmonised light vehicle test).
The Nissan IMk electric concept car has been unveiled ahead of its in-the-flesh debut at the 2019 Tokyo motor show.
While the IMk looks for all the world like an electric kei car, it measures 3434mm long, 1512mm long, and 1644mm tall, making it fractionally too long and wide to qualify for Japan's stringent kei car regulations.
Suzuki has become the last mainstream brand to offer a five-year, unlimited-kilometre warranty as standard across its range.
The Japanese brand today dumped its standard three-year, 100,000km coverage period in favour of the five-year term now standard across the industry.
Previously, the brand limited its five-year coverage to owners who serviced their vehicles exclusively within the Suzuki dealer network.