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Lexus SC430: Takata recall expanded
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6th Oct 2019
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Lexus SC430: Takata recall expanded

Lexus Australia has expanded its Takata airbag recall for the SC430 sports car, now extending all the way to MY2010 versions. As per the original recall issued in November last year, affected vehicles were fitted with 'like for like' Takata airbag inflators as part of previous recalls. These could still be potentially faulty after several years. For this recall, the affected Lexus SC430 models will have their faulty airbags replaced with non-Takata components.
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James Wong
New Toyota 86 and Subaru BRZ set for Tokyo reveal - report
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19th Sep 2019
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New Toyota 86 and Subaru BRZ set for Tokyo reveal - report

Toyota and Subaru could spring a surprise reveal at the Tokyo motor show, with Japanese reports suggesting the second-generation 86 and BRZ will be unveiled in concept form. Japanese magazine Best Car reports the new coupes will officially launch in the first half of 2021, but we'll see a concept previewing the next-generation models at the Tokyo motor show next month.
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Scott Collie
Alpine A110 gets a rally makeover
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7th Sep 2019
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Alpine A110 gets a rally makeover

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Scott Collie
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7th Sep 2019
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Alpine A110 gets a rally makeover

Alpine A110 2019
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Scott Collie
2020 Porsche Taycan: Five things to know
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4th Sep 2019
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2020 Porsche Taycan: Five things to know

Porsche has finally taken the wraps off the all-new and all-electric Taycan, with insane acceleration figures and a chassis engineered by some of the best drivers in the business. Let's take a look at five of the coolest features fitted to the Taycan. This may not seem like a groundbreaking feature in a regular internal-combustion car, but the Porsche Taycan is one of the only electric cars ever built that uses a two-speed transmission.
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Paul Maric
BMW M boss rules out wagons
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1st Sep 2019
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BMW M boss rules out wagons

BMW M will leave Audi and Mercedes-Benz to fight it out in the fast wagon market, focusing on SUVs to cater for practically-minded buyers. Speaking with CAR in the UK, BMW M boss, Markus Flasch, said there's not enough demand for wagons – or estates, in European parlance – to justify developing cars like an M3 or M5 Touring. "Touring estates are not part of our M plan," he said. Fairly unequivocal.
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Scott Collie