Overnight Hyundai revealed four new or facelifted models for 2015, including the facelifted 2015 Hyundai i30 which now gets a range-topping 137kW i30 Turbo.
Hyundai Australia announced it’s imported a Hyundai ix35 Fuel Cell into Australia, is building a self-sufficient hydrogen-filling station, and is trying to convince the Government to create a ‘Hume by Hydrogen’ highway.
The world’s first officially recognised Batmobile has gone under the hammer and realised a miserable US$137,000. Shame.
Ford Australia will offer the EcoBoost and V8 2015 Ford Mustang in both coupe and convertible, although pricing is still a mystery.
Ford Australia will roll out 20 new or refreshed models by 2020, rejuvenate its customer-service model by borrowing from Apple, and attempt to reverse nine years of sales decline.
Suzuki has revealed UK pricing and details of its new-generation, Alto-replacing 2015 Suzuki Celerio micro car. They’re expected to closely resemble Australian spec.
Mazda3 topped new car sales in November as Australia racks up 1 million new vehicle sales, with predictions of full-year sales to top 1.1 million.
The RACQ has blasted the Queensland Government for scrapping the requirement for car dealers to provide a warranty on cars older than 10 years.
Volvo has announced the new Volvo XC90 will get, as standard, a clever run-off road protection package and has revealed a series of videos that show the system works.
The EU has passed legislation requiring all new cars sold in Europe from March 2018 to be fitted with an auto emergency call system that contacts emergency services if an accident occurs.