2020 Bentley Continental GT V8 Coupe and Convertible pricing and specs
Bentley’s third generation of its Continental GT V8 has arrived in Australia, available in both coupe and convertible configurations.
Pricing for the Continental GT V8 Coupe starts at $400,900, with the Continental GT V8 Convertible beginning from $441,300. Prices are before on-road costs.
Both variants are powered by a 4.0-litre twin-turbocharged V8 producing 404kW and 770Nm. Bentley claims the 0-100km/h time for both models at four seconds, with a top speed of 318km/h.
DS Aero Sport Lounge electric vehicle concept revealed
French luxury carmaker DS has revealed its Aero Sport Lounge electric vehicle concept.
DS's vision for its newest Aero Sport Lounge concept model appears to focus on three main principles: performance, efficiency and sustainability.
The French marque claims its experience in Formula E competition has been implemented in the Aero Sport Lounge’s electric powertrain, with a 110kWh battery pack and E-Tense technology found in other DS models translating to a 500kW output.
Luxury Car Tax: Industry, MPs renew calls to scrap "bad tax"
Automotive industry bodies and political figures have banded together for a renewed push to end the Luxury Car Tax (LCT) following the demise of the Holden brand in Australia.
The Morrison government today responded to calls from several backbenchers to abolish the LCT, suggesting the tax could be removed in the future, if and when the budget can afford it.
Volkswagen Touareg entry model arrives in Australia priced from $79,490
Volkswagen has introduced the most affordable model in its new Touareg range six months after $89,990 Launch Edition went on sale.
Priced from $79,490 before on roads, the base Volkswagen Touareg 190TDI is powered by the same 190kW and 600Nm 3.0-litre turbo-diesel engine, eight-speed automatic transmission, and permanent all-wheel drive system used throughout the revised range.
2020 Aston Martin DBX revealed: Australian launch due next year
Nearly five years since it was first previewed in concept form, the covers have finally come off next year's Aston Martin DBX SUV, destined for Australia with a $357,000 price tag.
When the DBX concept was unveiled, there was no Rolls-Royce Cullinan, no Bentley Bentayga, and no Lamborghini Urus. Now, with all three in the game, along with the trendsetting Porsche Cayenne, the time appears right for Aston Martin to step onto the field.