The 2021 Kia Picanto has landed in Australian showrooms, with the facelifted hatchback range ushering in increased prices and upgraded exterior styling and fresh infotainment features.
The Picanto, which was Australia's top-selling micro car for July 2020, has risen in price by between $300 and $800 depending on the variant, but retained its sub-$15,000 entrypoint (before on-road costs).
The updated 2021 Honda CR-V has been announced, giving buyers a choice of seven rather than eight variants – and prices have increased by between $2200 and $3200 depending on the model.
The entry-level 2.0-litre CR-V Vi now starting from $30,490 plus on-road costs, compared with the previous price of $28,290 plus on-road costs.
Australian pricing for the 2021 Audi RS Q8 performance SUV has been announced today, with the model slated for an arrival in October.
The RS Q8 – a hotted-up version of the Q8 SUV – is priced from $208,500 plus on-road costs, representing a premium of $43,000 over the previously top-spec SQ8.
For the extra cost, buyers get a 441kW/800Nm 4.0-litre twin-turbocharged petrol V8 with 48-volt mild-hybrid assistance that can save up to 0.8L/100km of driving under the right conditions.
BMW Australia has announced the 2021 BMW 220i Gran Coupé will be added to the 2 Series model line-up, arriving Down Under sometime in late 2020.
The BMW 220i Gran Coupé will be priced from $53,990 plus on-road costs, slotting in between the BMW 218i Gran Coupé at $49,990 plus on-road costs and the 220i Coupé at $56,900 plus on-road costs. BMW increased pricing on 2 Series models in June 2020.
Volkswagen Australia has announced pricing and specification for its limited-edition 2021 Touareg Adventure before a local showroom debut in August.
Based on the Touareg 190TDI Premium, the Touareg Adventure will be produced in a limited-run of 150 examples.
The Touareg Adventure is priced from $90,990 plus on-road costs, representing a price premium of $4200 over the standard Touareg 190TDI Premium at $86,790 plus on-road costs.