Hi there, I’m Tegan Lawson and welcome to the CarAdvice News Desk.
Let’s take a look at what’s been making headlines this week.
The details of three Holden Commodore special editions have been released with production due to begin mid-year.
Holden has confirmed it will shut down production at its Elizabeth plant, outside of Adelaide on October 20 of this year.
The Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries (FCAI) is calling on the federal government to ditch both the luxury car tax (LCT) and the five per cent import duty on some vehicles.
The 2018 Ford Mustang facelift has been revealed with front and rear end design changes, as well as interior and drivetrain updates.
The 2017 Suzuki Ignis has launched in Australia and Suzki Australia says it is interested in a hotted-up version of the baby SUV.
Meantime Suzuki has confirmed it has no plans to soften up the Jimny Sierra when a new generation of the little off-roader is built.
Toyota is set to launch the updated 2018 Prius C in Australia later this year.
The impressive looking 2018 Kia Stinger GT made its local debut at the Australian Open tennis tournament in Melbourne this week.
Lexus has unveiled its Sport Yacht concept in Florida but says it has no plans to put the vessel into production.
I’ll be back with another hit of headlines next week.