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Fiat releases limited-edition 'Dolcevita' 500C
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25th Apr 2020
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Fiat releases limited-edition 'Dolcevita' 500C

Fiat Australia has released a limited-edition 'Dolcevita' version of its pint-sized convertible, the 500C, with only 30 examples available nationwide. A nod to the brand's Italian heritage, the Dolcevita comes in a single specification based on the existing 500C Club and will be priced from $30,750 plus on-road costs – $3500 more than the Club variant, which is $27,250 plus on-road costs.
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BMW Z4 M40i gets a power boost for 2020
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17th Dec 2019
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BMW Z4 M40i gets a power boost for 2020

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Scott Collie
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17th Dec 2019
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BMW Z4 M40i gets a power boost for 2020

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Mazda open to electrifying MX-5 – report
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2nd Dec 2019
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Mazda open to electrifying MX-5 – report

Mazda is considering electrifying its iconic MX-5. Don’t worry, though – the company is being careful not to mess with the drop-top’s successful formula. Autocar reports Mazda management is considering hybrid or all-electric power for the next (fifth) generation of MX-5. Its low production volume, however, could allow the MX-5 to skate by without being electrified. Fortunately, Mazda understands the MX-5’s special formula – its balanced, lightweight, and compact rear-wheel-drive platform.
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William Stopford
Lotus developing new platform, Elan – report
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5th Nov 2019
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Lotus developing new platform, Elan – report

The Lotus flower is about to bloom again. Britain's Autocar reports the Hethel automaker is planning to reintroduce the drop-top Elan as part of an ambitious expansion of its model range. Now under the control of Chinese Geely, which has a 51 per cent share in the company, Lotus plans to introduce the Elan as part of CEO Phil Popham’s 'Vision 80' investment program.
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