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Chevrolet Corvette sold out before the first one lands in Australia
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4 days ago
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Chevrolet Corvette sold out before the first one lands in Australia

The 2022 Chevrolet Corvette sports-car has become a sell-out success before the first example has even been displayed on a showroom floor. And some buyers have agreed to pay dealer delivery fees in excess of $20,000 to secure a vehicle, in some cases pushing drive-away prices beyond $200,000. All 250 examples in the first allocation of factory-built right-hand-drive Chevrolet Corvettes are spoken for and have customer names on them – and all were bought without a single local test drive.
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Joshua Dowling
2025 Toyota HiLux imagined: Our wish list for the next generation 
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6 days ago
9 min read

2025 Toyota HiLux imagined: Our wish list for the next generation 

The Toyota HiLux has been Australia’s top-selling vehicle for the past five years in a row and is on track to notch up sixth win in 2021. When the Toyota HiLux took out top spot in 2016, it was the first time in Australian motoring history a workhorse had led the new-car market. Although it seems the Toyota HiLux’s winning streak has no end in sight, it is about to face its toughest competition to date.
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Joshua Dowling
Configurator Challenge: Lotus Emira
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17th Jul 2021
3 min read

Configurator Challenge: Lotus Emira

Customisation is in vogue at the moment, but choice can be seriously confusing. In our configurator challenge, we let the CarAdvice and Drive team loose on the manufacturer’s website to create their ideal combination. To follow the reveal of the new Lotus Emira earlier this month, the team shared how they'd specify Lotus' last petrol-powered car before it makes the switch to electric power.
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Alex Misoyannis
Police bust learner driver doing 223km/h after video is uploaded to social media
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15th Jul 2021
2 min read

Police bust learner driver doing 223km/h after video is uploaded to social media

Here’s a community service announcement and a shocking reminder about the imbeciles sharing our roads. They could be in the car next to you. Here’s hoping it’s not this bloke. NSW Police highway patrol officers this week charged a 20-year-old male learner driver with a number of offences stemming from a video that depicted him travelling at 223km/h on a freeway south of Sydney.
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Joshua Dowling