Hi there, Tegan Lawson with you, on location today at the beautiful and historic Carriageworks in Sydney.
Making news this week, it’s the end of an era for Ford Australia with production of the Falcon ute wrapping up.
The final one off the production line at Broadmeadows was a white XR6 and Ford will keep it.
Meantime the Australian engineered and designed Ford Everest range will grow later this year with the addition of a five-seat option in the Ambiente specification.
And Ford Australia has confirmed a new large SUV is on the way, and it will be based on the Ford Edge, currently available overseas.
Pricing for the 2017 Honda NSX has been confirmed, it will be priced at $420,000 before on-road costs.
The 2017 Toyota 86 will arrive in November, since it’s 2012 launch more than 17,000 have been sold.
And the Toyota Supra could be back. The Japanese car maker is working on a new sports car, co-developed with BMW and all involved would like to see it called Supra.
Mercedes-Benz have unveiled the Urban e-Truck, a pure electric hauler. Tesla is working on an electric truck but Mercedes-Benz has beat them to the punch.
Audi is aiming to introduce three fully electric models by 2020, likely including a production version of the Q6 e-Tron Quattro SUV.
British carmaker Keating Supercars has released details of its upcoming Berus hypercar.
And Bristol has revealed the Bullet, its first new model since 2003, to mark its 70th anniversary.