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2017 Renault Megane Sedan And Wagon Arrive In Australia

Renault has expanded its small car range with the addition of the Megane sedan and wagon to join the existing five-door hatch. The Megane wagon will arrive with a three-model range covering base-model Zen and sporty-styled GT-Line variants powered by a 97kW/205Nm 1.2-litre turbo petrol engine, or the sportier GT …

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Audi Adds New EVs and SUVs To Future Product Plans

Audi has locked-in its future product plans, with confirmation that it will add three electric vehicles, two new SUVs and five new generation models to its mainstream range over the next few years. As part of its annual general meeting Audi made the short-term product announcements which give credence to …

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Toyota Offloads Tesla Shareholding

Toyota has revealed that is has divested itself of a five percent stake in American EV manufacturer Tesla. The sale was made towards the end of 2016, however Toyota has only recently reported the reported the transaction. Toyota’s sale of Tesla stock marks the end of a partnership between the …

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Saab’s Comeback To Focus On EVs For Ridesharing

Remember Saab? Of course, the slightly left-of-centre Swedish automaker that withered and died under GM’s control before being sold off to National Electric Vehicle Sweden (NEVS) and undergoing a series of false-starts on its road to redemption. NEVS is confident that this time things will turn out better, and has …

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Ford Adds Performance Parts For Mustang To Australian Catalogue

Ford Australia has announced that it will introduce a range of genuine Ford Performance components for the Mustang, bringing factory-backed upgrades to the iconic American sports car. Following a lengthy certification process, Ford is now able to offer a range of parts that might otherwise have only been available through …

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Mini Appoints Oliver Heilmer As Head Of Design

The BMW Group has announced a new Head of Design for its Mini brand, appointing Oliver Heilmer to the role. Heilmer has worked with the BMW Group for the last 17 years, in charge of BMW’s interior design from 2013 until 2016 and most recently as the president of BMW’s …

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