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Chevrolet Camaro production to end in 2024, electric performance sedan to replace it in 2025 – report
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4 days ago
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Chevrolet Camaro production to end in 2024, electric performance sedan to replace it in 2025 – report

Production of the Chevrolet Camaro sports car will end in 2024, according to new reports – and its indirect successor could take a very different approach. Industry publication Automotive News reports the final sixth-generation Camaro will roll off Chevrolet’s production line in Lansing, Michigan in 2024 – one year later than reports from 2019 initially suggested.
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Alex Misoyannis
"No demand" for electric Alpina BMWs, says company CEO
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6 days ago
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"No demand" for electric Alpina BMWs, says company CEO

BMW-backed tuner Alpina claims there is "no demand" in the short term for high-performance electric vehicles, despite BMW committing billions into development of the technology. Speaking to German website BimmerToday, Alpina CEO Andreas Bovensiepen claimed Alpina customers don't use their cars in a way that is compatible with the shortcomings of today's electric vehicles.
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Alex Misoyannis
Mercedes-Benz to offer electric version of every model from 2025, will be "ready to go all-electric" in 2030
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22nd Jul 2021
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Mercedes-Benz to offer electric version of every model from 2025, will be "ready to go all-electric" in 2030

Mercedes-Benz has detailed its plans for an electric future, which will see the iconic German brand be "ready to go all-electric" in 2030 "where market conditions allow". Announced overnight, the new strategy sees an acceleration of Mercedes-Benz's electric vehicle (EV) plans, with plug-in hybrid and all-electric vehicles now set to account for 50 per cent of global sales, up from the 25 per cent target previously announced.
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Alex Misoyannis
2021 Tesla Model 3 prices hit new low in Australia, now from $59,900 plus on-road costs
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10th Jul 2021
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2021 Tesla Model 3 prices hit new low in Australia, now from $59,900 plus on-road costs

Tesla has slashed the cost of its popular Model 3 sedan – by between $3000 and $9000 compared to the most recent round of price cuts. The Tesla Model 3 Standard Range Plus now starts from $59,900 plus on-road costs. It is the cheapest the Tesla Model 3 has been since arriving in Australia two years ago, in July 2019. The middle-of-the-range Tesla Model 3 Long Range now starts from $74,300 plus on-road costs.
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