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10 Aug 2020

All-new Ioniq 5 launching in Australia next year

Hyundai sub-brand Ioniq will launch in Australia next year with an all-electric crossover called the 5. Hyundai has launched an all-new sub-brand, Ioniq, which will debut new flagship electric vehicles on an all-new electric-vehicle platform. The brand and its inaugural model will arrive here next year. In total, three new

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07 Aug 2020

Jeep making comeback in toughest year

If hindsight is 20/20, Jeep Australia would surely have never chosen 2020 as the year to begin a concerted resurgence. Nevertheless, in the face of the worst year for the car industry in decades, it’s bouncing back. Jeep’s fall from grace last decade sees it with the arduous task ahead

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06 Aug 2020

Logitech’s new G923 might be what you need in lockdown

Logitech has revealed its newest steering wheel for gamers and sim racers. Itching for a drive while sitting around in lockdown? Logitech has revealed its next-generation G923 steering wheel and pedal box, compatible with the PlayStation 4, upcoming PlayStation 5, PC, Xbox One and Series X. A tool for sim

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06 Aug 2020

Kia Stonic updated and coming to Australia

Yet another compact SUV prepares to enter Australia, this time from Kia and updated with new technology. Kia’s SUV lineup in Australia will soon include the new Stonic compact crossover, with the South Korean brand finally bringing the model down under since it first launched overseas. Ready to compete with

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06 Aug 2020

Toyota RAV4 sales: Oh what a July

Toyota Rav4 climbs to the top of the sales chart for the first month since going on sale in Australia. But sales across the board continue to sink. Toyota’s Rav4 topped the sales chart last month, the first time the SUV has ever taken the number one spot in Australia

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Land Rover Classic
05 Aug 2020

Land Rover loses Defender trademark fight

High court dismisses JLR’s case to trademark Defender design, Ineos pushes ahead with Grenadier. Jaguar Land Rover has lost an appeal to copyright a trademark on the original Defender design and put a roadblock in front of new start-up manufacturer Ineos. The appeal to the UK’s high court was dismissed

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