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Ferrari celebrating 70th anniversary at Melbourne's Motorclassica
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1st Oct 2017
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Ferrari celebrating 70th anniversary at Melbourne's Motorclassica

Ferrari will officially celebrate its 70th anniversary at the 2017 Motorclassica in Melbourne next month. The event will feature rare and collectible cars from around the world and is the largest of its kind in the southern hemisphere. Come October, Melbourne's Royal Exhibition Building will see the biggest display of Ferraris to have ever been assembled in Australia.
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Mandy Turner
Subaru Impreza, XV concepts bound for Tokyo
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27th Sep 2017
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Subaru Impreza, XV concepts bound for Tokyo

Subaru is set to debut a pair of concepts at the Tokyo motor show next month, one based on its Impreza small hatch and the other on the XV crossover. In addition to the VIZIV Performance Concept, BRZ STI Sport and WRX STI-based S208, the Impreza Future Sport and XV Fun Adventureconcepts give their donor cars a more focused look to go with their respective names.
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James Wong
Audi: Legislation the biggest hold-up with autonomous vehicles
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23rd Sep 2017
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Audi: Legislation the biggest hold-up with autonomous vehicles

We've seen the technology in action and know that in theory, at least, it works well. But, when put to the real test, the thing holding autonomous vehicles up at the moment is legislation and the complex web of legislative bodies around the world. Audi board member for technical development, Peter Mertens told Australian media that the process has already begun in Germany.
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Paul Maric
BMW M four-cylinder engine unlikely, unless electrified
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16th Sep 2017
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BMW M four-cylinder engine unlikely, unless electrified

BMW’s M Division says it will not produce a small-capacity high-performance turbocharged four-cylinder engine until it can find the right way to counter the deficits of such a power unit with electrification. Speaking to Australian media in Munich today, the boss of BMW’s M Division, Frank Van Meel, said the performance sub-brand is keen to maintain its six-cylinder power units despite rival Mercedes-AMG having made use of smaller capacity four-cylinder units.
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Alborz Fallah
New BMW M1 supercar unlikely
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15th Sep 2017
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New BMW M1 supercar unlikely

BMW says it would rather build high-performance cars for the masses rather than focus its efforts on producing a super sports car or supercar to compete with the likes of the recently unveiled super-limited Mercedes-AMG Project One, or the AMG GT lineup and Audi’s R8 range.
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Alborz Fallah