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2015 Porsche Cayenne : Best look yet at luxury SUV facelift
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5th Jun 2014
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2015 Porsche Cayenne : Best look yet at luxury SUV facelift

The updated 2015 Porsche Cayenne has been spied again ahead of its anticipated debut later this year and local arrival in 2015. Snapped by CarAdvice’s spy photographers wearing gloss black alloy wheels and only mild camouflage in the form of headlight and tail-light stickers, the facelifted Porsche Cayenne looks set to continue the German car maker’s tradition of making subtle design tweaks to its model updates.
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David Zalstein
Ford Mustang 50th Anniversary Convertible one-off to be raffled for charity
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9th May 2014
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Ford Mustang 50th Anniversary Convertible one-off to be raffled for charity

The Ford Mustang 50th Anniversary model that debuted at the 2014 New York auto show was said to be only available as a coupe - until now. Only 1964 examples of the 50th Anniversary Mustang were expected to be built, but Ford has announced it will build a convertible version of the celebratory half-century model: however, there will only be one of them, and it will be sold off for charity.
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Matt Campbell
Suzuki iV-4 SUV : Production version due here in 2015
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23rd Apr 2014
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Suzuki iV-4 SUV : Production version due here in 2015

The Suzuki iV-4 is set to become a production reality, with Suzuki Australia confirming the road-going version of the funky, tiny SUV will be sold here in 2015. The iV-4 was first shown in concept car guise at the 2013 Frankfurt motor show, and while the model had already been confirmed to make it to production, it won't be a successor to the Jimny model that was axed late last year due to lacking electronic stability control.
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Matt Campbell
Infiniti performance range confirmed, but question mark remains for Q50 Eau Rouge
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21st Apr 2014
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Infiniti performance range confirmed, but question mark remains for Q50 Eau Rouge

The Infiniti Q50 Eau Rouge is still unconfirmed for launch, but the Japanese luxury brand says it will offer a range of performance models under a new sub-brand similar to its mainstream premium rivals. The Q50 Eau Rouge would be an ideal poster child for the brand’s performance push, boasting a 3.8-litre twin-turbocharged six-cylinder engine borrowed from the Nissan GT-R. However, the brand made it clear at the New York auto show that plans were still yet to be signed off for the super sedan.
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Matt Campbell
Nissan Murano CrossCabriolet axed
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17th Apr 2014
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Nissan Murano CrossCabriolet axed

It seems the drop-top two-door Nissan Murano CrossCabriolet was a niche too far for the Japanese brand - it is finished. Nissan global chief planning officer Andy Palmer confirmed to CarAdvice at the 2014 New York auto show that the odd-bod Murano Crosscabriolet is done and dusted. "That's fair to say," he said when asked if the all-new Murano revealed at the show signalled the end of the convertible variant of the previous generation model.
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Matt Campbell
BMW X range set to expand even further
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17th Apr 2014
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BMW X range set to expand even further

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Matt Campbell
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17th Apr 2014
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BMW X range set to expand even further

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