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Tegan Lawson with you at the News Desk, let’s take a look at what’s been making headlines this week.
First up, a shocking result for the Ford Mustang. It scored a 2 star ANCAP safety rating.
The global Takata airbag recall strikes again. Honda has issues a recall for more than 25,000 vehicles sold in 2012.
Subaru has confirmed the all-new 2017 Subaru XV will make its debut at the Geneva motor show in March.
Meantime Mitsubishi has teased it’s all new sporty, small SUV ahead of the Geneva motor show.
Volkswagen Australia is looking into bringing the California campervan here.
The specially tuned Lamborghini Huracan Performante has been spied testing and the Nurburgring and the Italian carmaker says it has set a new benchmark for the brand.
Apple could be facing a class action lawsuit in California over not disabling iPhone functionality when in use by drivers behind the wheel.
An investigation into a fatal crash that claimed the life of a man in the US driving a Tesla in semi-autonomous Autopilot mode has wrapped up.
A warning for Queensland drivers after the introduction of mobile trailer-mounted speed cameras – the higher speed margin grace period is now over.
The Mazda MX-5 Fan Fest has been held at Sandown Raceway in Victoria with 1500 people in attendance, 600 cars in the show ‘n’ shine and 477 MX-5’s hitting the track.