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2016 Suzuki Ignis revealed ahead of Tokyo motor show, Australian potential unclear
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1st Oct 2015
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2016 Suzuki Ignis revealed ahead of Tokyo motor show, Australian potential unclear

Suzuki has released images of the all-new 2016 Suzuki Ignis ahead of its reveal at the 2015 Tokyo motor show, with the model expected to go on sale in 2016. Based on the Suzuki iM-4 concept revealed at the 2015 Geneva motor show, the all-new Ignis debuts cool styling that follows the trend set by the newly launched Vitara. The higher-riding Ignis looks similar to the concept car that debuted at Geneva, with only minor changes to styling around the body.
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Paul Maric
Top Five supercars of the 2015 Frankfurt motor show
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28th Sep 2015
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Top Five supercars of the 2015 Frankfurt motor show

Motor shows are all about supercars, right? We think so. With the hype of new launches settling down and our record number of CarAdvice journalists attending this year's Frankfurt motor show all back home, we have come up with a list of the Top Five supercars from this year's show. Let us know what you think of our choices. 5. Lamborghini Huracan Spyder
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Paul Maric
Holden's trend-setting design and performance engineering work praised by GM bosses
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22nd Sep 2015
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Holden's trend-setting design and performance engineering work praised by GM bosses

Leading General Motors executives say Holden’s trend-setting design work and performance engineering know-how will influence future models built and sold around the world. Addressing journalist in Frankfurt last week, GM CEO Mary Barra praised Holden’s design and engineering teams and promised continued investment to ensure they could keep contributing on a global scale.
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Tim Beissmann
Volkswagen interiors could go button-less in the near future
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21st Sep 2015
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Volkswagen interiors could go button-less in the near future

The future of the car interior is at the precipice of going button-less, according to Volkswagen’s head of development, Heinz-Jakob Neusser. Speaking with CarAdvice at the recent 2015 Frankfurt motor show, Neusser suggested the German company is on the verge of removing buttons from its production cars, with a focus to making interiors more intuitive.
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Matt Campbell
Renault Sport SUV still on cards as growth targets loom
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18th Sep 2015
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Renault Sport SUV still on cards as growth targets loom

Renault Sport will seek to double its sales over the next few years, and while much of this is expected to come from the next-generation (five-door-only Megane RS), it looks like also necessitating the addition of a whole new RS derivative.
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Mike Costello
Mazda MPS performance renaissance on cards
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18th Sep 2015
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Mazda MPS performance renaissance on cards

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Mike Costello
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18th Sep 2015
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Mazda MPS performance renaissance on cards

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Mike Costello