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Secret plan: Chevrolet Camaro could replace Holden Commodore in V8 Supercars
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18th Feb 2020
2 min read

Secret plan: Chevrolet Camaro could replace Holden Commodore in V8 Supercars

EXCLUSIVE The Chevrolet Camaro muscle car could replace the Holden Commodore on the racetrack and go head-to-head with the Ford Mustang as early as next year's V8 Supercar championship according to a secret proposal seen by CarAdvice. The rollout of the local racing program for the American Camaro is part of a confidential plan to establish a new niche brand called General Motors Specialty Vehicles (GMSV).
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Joshua Dowling
Takata airbag recall: We join the tireless search for ticking time bombs
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12th Nov 2019
11 min read

Takata airbag recall: We join the tireless search for ticking time bombs

EXCLUSIVE We’re on our way to a remote Aboriginal community in the central north of Western Australia. After being granted permission to enter – having applied for access weeks earlier – we need to sign-in before searching the streets to locate one car. The 2005 Mitsubishi Lancer is one of more than 100 million vehicles worldwide equipped with a ticking time bomb.
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Joshua Dowling
Mitsubishi Triton: Ford Ranger Raptor challenger on the cards for Australia
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13th Jun 2019
2 min read

Mitsubishi Triton: Ford Ranger Raptor challenger on the cards for Australia

Love the idea of a Ford Ranger Raptor, but don't want to shell out crazy money for the privilege? Mitsubishi may have the answer. These trademark images are the closest sign yet the Japanese manufacturer is readying its Triton Absolute off-roader for production.
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Paul Maric
Exclusive: Ram Australia moves to 24-hour production, $10 million investment, local jobs boost
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10th Apr 2019
3 min read

Exclusive: Ram Australia moves to 24-hour production, $10 million investment, local jobs boost

Stand by for more US-style pick-ups on our roads: our appetite for “full size” utes has exceeded all expectations, prompting the local factory to triple output to fill back orders. The Melbourne production line that remanufactures Ram pick-ups to right-hand-drive is about to switch to three shifts – running 24 hours a day, five days a week – following an investment by the distributors of more than $10 million.
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Joshua Dowling