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Haval 'confident' of becoming Australia's number one SUV brand
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21st Apr 2015
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Haval 'confident' of becoming Australia's number one SUV brand

The boss of China's top-selling SUV manufacturer, Haval, believes the brand can also overtake the likes of Toyota, Nissan and Jeep to become the biggest SUV seller in Australia. Speaking with Australian journalists at the 2015 Shanghai motor show, general manager of Haval’s parent company, Great Wall Motors, Wang Fengying, said claiming the title of Australia’s most popular SUV brand was the ambition of the brand, which will enter our market in June with its first two models.
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Tim Beissmann
Haval to launch "premium" Chinese SUVs in Australia in June
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20th Apr 2015
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Haval to launch "premium" Chinese SUVs in Australia in June

Chinese SUV specialist Haval will officially open for business in Australia in June. The top-selling SUV manufacturer in China is a division of Great Wall Motors though will operate in Australia as a subsidiary of its Chinese parent company separate from Great Wall, which is currently distributed here by independent importer Ateco Automotive.
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Tim Beissmann
2016 Lexus ES unveiled at Shanghai auto show
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20th Apr 2015
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2016 Lexus ES unveiled at Shanghai auto show

The new-look 2016 Lexus ES luxury sedan has been unveiled at the Shanghai auto show, bringing the brand's aggressive styling language to what is arguably the Japanese brand's most conservative model. The revamped Lexus ES is said to feature "an elegant and progressive styling package" that is "daring", as well as "enhanced luxury interior construction" in a cabin that "exudes luxury".
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Audi Prologue Allroad concept revealed
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16th Apr 2015
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Audi Prologue Allroad concept revealed

The Audi Prologue Allroad concept has been revealed days ahead of its public unveiling at the 2015 Shanghai motor show. Based on the Prologue Avant concept wagon that made its debut at last month's Geneva show, the Allroad features subtle light brown wheel arch extensions, new front and rear bumpers, and a ride height that's been raised by 77mm over its forebear.
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