Plenty has happened in the world of car news over the last 24 hours. If you haven't had time to read all the news on CarAdvice.com, catch up on your way home with Car News Daily, as Mandy Turner reads each news story word-for-word.
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In car news, a petrol-powered 2020 Audi Q7 could be coming to Australia, the 2020 Porsche 911 Carrera has been revealed, Britain’s car industry has given its Prime Minister a warning about leaving the European Union, and Tesla has added Netflix and YouTube to its infotainment.
James Wong reviews the 2019 Genesis G80, and Mandy takes a ride with Scott Collie in the 2019 Nissan Leaf.
Silicon Valley-based electric vehicle specialist Tesla has posted a significant financial loss during the second quarter of 2019, to the tune of US$389 million ($560.36m).
Reported by industry journal Automotive News Europe, the company's financial loss is "far more than analysts" had projected despite sales rising by over 50 per cent to US$6.35 billion ($9.15b).
As expected, though, the company's outspoken CEO, Elon Musk, remains positive about the company's fortunes looking forward.
CarAdvice podcast 151: Kia Rio GT-Line v Skoda Fabia 81TSI Monte Carlo
On this week's podcast, you are joined by Mike Stevens and Scott Collie.
In car news, Kia is developing neater tech for emergency services, Isuzu has announced a six-year warranty and seven-year capped price servicing, Australian orders for the Tesla Model 3 will be opening in May, and Toyota has opened a Nurburgring-inspired test track.
Scott compares the Kia Rio GT-Line and the Skoda Fabia 81TSI Monte Carlo.
Tesla Model 3 Standard Range dropped from online configurator
The long-awaited US$35,000 Tesla Model 3 has been pulled from the company's online configurator and sales site, after just six weeks on sale.
Dubbed 'Standard Range', the entry-level Model 3 offered 220mi (354km) of range, and a 0-60mph (0-97km/h) time of 5.6 seconds.