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2020 Alpina B3 Touring confirmed for Australia
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15th Oct 2019
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2020 Alpina B3 Touring confirmed for Australia

Alpina will bring the B3 Touring to Australia during the second half of 2020, offering enough power to scare M3 Competition drivers in a practical wagon body. Based on the regular 3 Series Touring, the B3 Touring is powered by an 'S58' 3.0-litre inline-six turbocharged petrol engine making 340kW and 700Nm.
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Scott Collie
2020 Cupra Leon R ST spied
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1st Oct 2019
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2020 Cupra Leon R ST spied

Cupra has been snapped testing a hotter version of the next-generation Seat Leon ST, likely with all-wheel drive and more than 220kW. The most noticeable differences between the Seat Leon and the Cupra model come at the back, where there's quad exhaust pipes and a racy diffuser-style insert.
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Scott Collie
2020 Kia Ceed, XCeed Plug-in Hybrids revealed
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3rd Sep 2019
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2020 Kia Ceed, XCeed Plug-in Hybrids revealed

Kia Motors Europe has revealed plug-in hybrid versions of its Ceed Sportswagon and XCeed crossover this week, ahead of a European sales launch early next year. Both vehicles utilise the plug-in hybrid system familiar from the Niro crossover and Ioniq hatchback, which teams a 1.6-litre 'Kappa' GDi four-cylinder petrol engine with 44.5kW electric motor and 8.9kWh lithium-ion battery pack.
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James Wong
2021 Porsche Panamera Sport Turismo spied
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30th Jul 2019
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2021 Porsche Panamera Sport Turismo spied

The facelifted Porsche Panamera Sport Turismo has been snapped in the open, wearing an updated rear inspired by the latest 911. The devil really is in the detail with the Panamera Sport Turismo update. The front bumper is wearing camouflage, while the LED detailing in the headlights looks fake, potentially to hide the fact there's a new light signature coming on the new model.
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Scott Collie
Volkswagen Golf: Alltrack and Sportwagen to be axed in the US
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20th Jul 2019
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Volkswagen Golf: Alltrack and Sportwagen to be axed in the US

Volkswagen of America has announced it will be killing off both the Golf Alltrack and Golf Sportwagen by the end of 2019, with three new SUV models due in North America over the next 24 months. According to the company's American division, both wagon variants of its staple small car will be discontinued following the 2019 model year, with the Alltrack to continue production right through to December at Volkswagen's Puebla facility in Mexico.
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James Wong