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2018 Lexus LS500, VW Buzz concept given EyesOn Design awards in Detroit
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28th Jan 2017
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2018 Lexus LS500, VW Buzz concept given EyesOn Design awards in Detroit

The recently-revealed 2018 Lexus LS500 limousine has been given the title of best interior design as part of the EyesOn Design Awards at the 2017 Detroit motor show. Designed by the Lexus Design Division in Toyota City, Japan, the LS500 is the fifth generation of the luxury marque's flagship sedan and was designed to "exceed expectations" of the company's customers.
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James Wong
Mitsubishi previews new compact SUV for Geneva motor show
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24th Jan 2017
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Mitsubishi previews new compact SUV for Geneva motor show

Mitsubishi has handed down a shadowy preview for its first all-new offering since the big Pajero Sport hit the stage over a year ago. Believed previously to be a replacement for the ASX, the model shown here will actually sit alongside Mitsubishi's ageing small SUV as a more sports-styled offering.
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Mike Stevens
McLaren teases second-generation 'Super Series' model ahead of Geneva
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19th Jan 2017
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McLaren teases second-generation 'Super Series' model ahead of Geneva

McLaren has previewed the successor to its 650S supercar, scheduled to be revealed on March 7 at the Geneva motor show. The second-generation of the company's 'Super Series' range is claimed to be twice as aerodynamically efficient as the current 650S, along with 15 per cent better cooling efficiency.
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James Wong
2018 Lexus LS: Where's the hybrid Lexus is so known for?
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15th Jan 2017
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2018 Lexus LS: Where's the hybrid Lexus is so known for?

This week's big unveiling of the all-new 2018 Lexus LS, six years in the making, debuted a new evolution of the company's styling themes, all riding on a stretched version of the platform that underpins the new LC coupe. Lexus's showcasing of the new LS brought an additional surprise, however: a new twin-turbo 310kW, 600Nm V6 petrol engine.
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Mike Stevens
Holden tells Kia to bring it on
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12th Jan 2017
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Holden tells Kia to bring it on

Holden says it wishes Kia best of luck as the Korean brand prepares to lure Commodore SS fans left without a rear-drive GT once local manufacturing ends later this year. As we reported earlier this week from Detroit, Kia’s local chief Damien Meredith believes the gorgeous new rear-wheel drive Stinger GT with its 270kW twin-turbo V6 has what it takes to lure loyal Lion brand buyers.
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Mike Costello