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Australian Porsche 911 buyers can now watch their car be built online
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18th Jun 2020
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Australian Porsche 911 buyers can now watch their car be built online

Australian buyers of Porsche’s 992 generation 911 sports car now have the option to watch their car be built at the brand’s Zuffenhausen plant in Germany. Porsche’s ‘Track Your Dream’ service is available to buyers who specify their own 911, giving them access to two still images taken at different stages of the production line. The brand says it is planning to add an additional two cameras at other locations in the facility.
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Liam Murphy
Ford discovers early GT40 sketches
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18th Jun 2020
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Ford discovers early GT40 sketches

Archivists searching through Ford's records have found very early designs of what later became the Ford GT40. The Ford Performance Twitter account tweeted about the discovery, exactly 57 years after the sketches were created. Ford's archivists were looking through the company's styling negatives collection when they unearthed the designs. They are thought to be some of the earliest sketches of the Ford GT40 sports car.
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Ben Zachariah
2020 EOFY car sales: BMW offers
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18th Jun 2020
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2020 EOFY car sales: BMW offers

June always marks a good time to take the plunge and buy that new car you've been lusting for. BMW has two separate offers on five of its popular models, each cut with the same format. The first component is drive-away pricing, which is applicable to cash or non-BMW financed deals. This usually means no extras or additions, just the base model car at a fixed price point.
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Justin Narayan
2021 Mercedes-AMG E63 S 4Matic+ revealed, Australian line-up confirmed
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17th Jun 2020
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2021 Mercedes-AMG E63 S 4Matic+ revealed, Australian line-up confirmed

Mercedes-AMG has announced specifications for its revised 2021 E63 S sedan and wagon, with the sedan set for Australian showrooms towards the end of this year. As with the previous generation, Mercedes-AMG will opt only for the more powerful S trim of the E63 – and only in a sedan body – for the Australian market.
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Liam Murphy
2021 BMW M5 revealed, Australian launch due in October
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17th Jun 2020
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2021 BMW M5 revealed, Australian launch due in October

BMW has launched the facelifted 2021 BMW M5 and M5 Competition with a sharper design and upgraded suspension. Australian buyers will only have access to the higher-spec 2021 BMW M5 Competition, due to arrive in October, with the standard M5 dropped from the local line-up in 2018.
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Ben Zachariah