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I’m Tegan Lawson with a look at what’s making news headlines this week.
Around 33,000 fake car parts have been seized in a raid in China.
Toyota Australia provided information to police, who raided the manufacturing facility and found parts including filters, cables, airbags, brake pads and more.
ANCAP will align its criteria with Euro NCAP from 2018 and effectively become part of the global NCAP network.
Meantime, ANCAP are continuing to raise awareness of its date stamp campaign.
Queen Elizabeth II has announced new legislation that will accelerate the development of autonomous vehicles in the UK.
Almost 1500 current generation Suzuki Swift and Swift Sport vehicles have been recalled over concerns of a brake fluid leak.
The updated 2017 Subaru BRZ has been unveiled and features a revamped front and rear.
While the 2017 Nissan GT-R has been launched in Belgium.
Great Wall has announced a return to Australia. It will launch a new ute, and dealer and distribution network alongside sister brand Haval.
Meantime Haval has announced it won’t be using diesel engines in the future, and will also be scrapping manual transmissions.
What could be the most powerful street-legal hypercar ever built in Italy has been teased online.
The Mazzanti Evantra Millecavalli has a 7.2-litre bi-turbo V8 engine that produces 746kW (1000hp) and 1200Nm.
The ‘land airbus’ will be trialled in China in an effort to combat traffic congestion.
Two lanes of traffic can pass underneath.
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