Tegan Lawson at the CarAdvice.com News Desk with a look at what’s making headlines this week.
The BMW Z4 is officially done and dusted, the final one has rolled off the production line in Germany. A sport scar, likely called the Z5, that’s being co-developed with Toyota, will likely replace it.
Meanwhile the last of the third-generation Renault Sport Megane’s have rolled out of the French carmaker’s Spanish factory. The new generation Megane RS will be very different, and is due to arrive in 2018.
There’s also speculation the Renault Clio RS 16 concept that was revealed earlier this year, could go into a limited production run.
Volkswagen Australia has confirmed pricing and specs for the new 2017 Passat 206TSI R-Line that will be coming to Australia.
The all-new Audi Q2 has been soaking up the sunshine in Queensland, making its Australian debut at Hamilton Island Race Week ahead of its official launch in February 2017.
Infiniti is taking a leaf out of Tesla’s book, it plans to open a retail store on the Gold Coast.
Volvo Trucks has put its latest custom built special to the test, the Iron Knight smashed a number of speed records.
German company Vitronic have developed a bulletproof, Lidar equipped, Wi-Fi connected autonomous speed camera that’s capable of scanning multiple lanes and catching speeding drivers all on its own.
And Citroen have unveiled another funky looking concept car – the CXperience. It’s set to make its official debut at the Paris motor show in October.