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Chrysler gets stay of execution under Stellantis
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12th Feb 2021
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Chrysler gets stay of execution under Stellantis

Chrysler is a "pillar" of the automotive industry and will continue to build cars, according to Stellantis CEO Carlos Tavares. The brand faced an uncertain future following last year’s high profile FCA and PSA merger – named Stellantis – due to its narrow line-up and dwindling sales.
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William Davis
Cheap speed: The cars with the most power per dollar
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5th Dec 2020
6 min read

Cheap speed: The cars with the most power per dollar

In our era of turbocharging and electrification, it can seem almost weekly that a new, immensely powerful, absurdly expensive hypercar or super-sedan makes its debut. The Bugatti Bolide, SSC Tuatara, Mercedes-AMG GT Black Series and heavyweight GMC Hummer EV encompass some of the more recent additions to the high-horsepower club. But what if you’re after big power without a big price tag to match? Let’s count down the 10 cars currently on sale in Australia with the ‘cheapest’ kilowatts.
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Alex Misoyannis
Spec Shootout, Halloween Edition: Christine v The Car
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30th Oct 2020
5 min read

Spec Shootout, Halloween Edition: Christine v The Car

For a little bit of Halloween fun this year, we thought we would compare two of cinema’s finest four-wheeled villains and discover once and for all which murderous machine is the greater of two evils. John Carpenter’s imagining of Stephen King’s Christine fights to the gruesome death against George Barris’ custom B-grade nemesis, The Car – in our first-ever Spooktacular Halloween Special Scare-parison.
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James Ward
New car sales in Europe plummet 74 per cent
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25th May 2020
2 min read

New car sales in Europe plummet 74 per cent

New car sales in Europe have dropped 74 per cent since January, the decline attributed to the COVID-19 pandemic. Just 292,180 new cars were sold across the 27 European member states – plus the United Kingdom, Ireland, Norway and Switzerland – in April 2020, according to data from the European Automobile Manufacturers Association. That’s a 74.8 per cent decrease (or 842,940 sales) against the 1,135,120 new car registrations recorded in January 2020.
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Rob Margeit
Jeep commits to right-hand-drive and rebuilding trust in Australia 
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4th Mar 2020
3 min read

Jeep commits to right-hand-drive and rebuilding trust in Australia 

US car giant Jeep says it has no plans to walk away from right-hand-drive markets – even though its rival General Motors will retreat from Australia, Thailand and New Zealand by the end of 2021 after getting out of the UK, South Africa and India over the past three years. The man in charge of Jeep in Australia, Kevin Flynn, said he has been advised by parent company Fiat Chrysler Automobiles that it is committed to right-hand-drive production.
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Trent Nikolic