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  • 8/12/2021
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    High-tech control center in the desert: the cockpit of the Audi RS Q e-tron for the Dakar Rally
    A look inside the Audi RS Q e-tron should remind any car fan of an airplane cockpit: screens and displays are spread across the entire width of the instrument panel. Only with their help can the driver and co-driver cover thousands of kilometers in the desert quickly and successfully. Read More >>

  • 7/12/2021
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    ŠKODA's 2022 Kodiaq: specification and driveaway pricing
    The updated version of ŠKODA's award winning Kodiaq SUV reaches showrooms in the coming weeks followed by brand's halo model – the Kodiaq RS – later in the first quarter. Kodiaq's in 2017 arrival heralded ŠKODA's evolution as a mainstream auto brand in Australia. It immediately won praise, a number of awards and has been the brand's best-selling model. Read More >>

  • 6/12/2021
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    73% of Australians agree moving to Electric Vehicles important to curb climate change
    A survey of 1,001 Australians by Savvy has revealed that 73% agree that moving to Electric Vehicles (EV) is an important move to reduce CO2 emissions and keep global temperature rises to 1.5°C. 79% of 18–24-year-olds, 78% of 25-34 year-olds, and 82% of 35-44 year-olds agreed with the statement. Read More >>

  • 3/12/2021
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    Historic NSW plate '96' tops Shannons '40th Anniversary' auction
    The historic New South Wales number plate '96' first fitted to a 30HP Daimler circa 1915 pipped high horsepower rivals including a Falcon GT-HO once owned by ex-Ford executive Al Turner and a 1987 Ferrari Testarossa presented to Sir Elton John on his 40th birthday to become the top selling lot at Shannons '40th Anniversary' Timed Online auction, which closed on November 30. Read More >>

  • 2/12/2021
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    The all-new Audi e-tron S and Audi e-tron S Sportback set for Australian arrival
    Audi Australia is announcing pricing and specification details for the all-new Audi e-tron S and Audi e-tron S Sportback, due to arrive in early 2022. The new models present a new flagship for the e-tron range, offering exhilarating dynamic performance as a highlight. "The all-new e-tron S models represent a step change in the perception of electric mobility for the Audi brand," said Paul Sansom, Managing Director of Audi Australia. Read More >>

  • 30/11/2021
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    Falcon GT-HO leads Shannons auction battle
    A highly-collectible 1971 Ford Falcon GT-HO Phase III originally driven by the late Ford muscle car boss Al Turner before being consigned to Allan Moffat Racing, has finally entered the battle for top selling lot at Shannons current '40th Anniversary' Timed Online Auction that closes tonight. Expected to sell for more than $1 million, the fully-restored GT-HO – one of just 300 built by Turner's secretive Ford Competition Department and fitted with a rebuilt Mick Webb engine – only entered the Auction's bidding fray this morning at $775,000 but is yet to meet is reserve at its current top bid of $930,000. Read More >>

  • 26/11/2021
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    Heritage plate leads Phase III GT-HO in Shannons 40th Anniversary auction
    The bragging rights for the top-selling lot of Shannons current 40th Anniversary Timed Online auction is already shaping as an unequal duel between the New South Wales Heritage two-digit number plate '96' that has already passed its reserve at $750,000 and the fabulous 1971 ex-Al Turner, ex-Allan Moffat 1971 Falcon GT-HO Phase III that is expected to sell for more than $1 million when the timed online auction ends on November 30. Read More >>

  • 26/11/2021
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    4 star safety rating for Citroën C4
    Australasia's independent voice on vehicle safety, ANCAP, has today issued a 4 star safety rating for the recently-released Citroën C4 with performance falling short in three of the four key areas of safety assessment. The Citroën C4 - which was released into Australia this month and New Zealand in October - achieved scores of 76 per cent for Adult Occupant Protection (AOP), 81 per cent for Child Occupant Protection (COP), 57 per cent for Vulnerable Road User Protection (VRUP) and 62 per cent for Safety Assist. Child Occupant Protection was the only assessment area in which the C4 managed to reach five-star territory. The thresholds for achieving the market-expected five star rating were missed for the AOP, VRUP and Safety Assist pillars. Read More >>

  • 26/11/2021
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    First Allocation of All-New Subaru BRZ Nearly Sold Out
    Due to overwhelming interest from performance vehicle enthusiasts, Subaru Australia's first allocation of the all-new Subaru BRZ, which start arriving from mid-December this year, is nearly sold out. The first allocation of 500 vehicles, which covers the first model year BRZ (MY22 BRZ), has been nearly exhausted by Australian consumers keen to secure the iconic sports car for themselves. With less than 90 vehicles still available, there is a limited opportunity for customers to secure their Subaru BRZ in the first half of 2022. Read More >>

  • 25/11/2021
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    All New Suzuki S-Cross Confirmed For Australia!
    With the recent global release of the All-New S-Cross, Suzuki Australia is excited to announce the confirmation of an All-New S-Cross for launch in Australia in 2022. With a powerful and bold redesign, the all-new S-CROSS raises the bar, adding class leading fuel efficiency without compromising driving performance, all-wheel drive capabilities, as well as the latest safety features and communication technology. Read More >>

  • 25/11/2021
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    Cody Crocker Takes The All-New Subaru 2022 WRX For A Spin For The First Time
    For generations the iconic Subaru WRX has featured in car magazines, video games and taken pride of place in garages across Australia. 2022 ushers in an all-new, Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive Subaru WRX range, delivering a new generation of exhilaration that promises to thrill performance car enthusiasts across the nation. The rally inspired fifth generation 2022 WRX has been meticulously engineered to offer a heart-pumping, exhilarating, driver experience. Read More >>

  • 23/11/2021
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    $1 million ex-Al Turner Falcon GT-HO heads Shannons 40th Anniversary Timed Online auction
    The big guns of Australian V8 Muscle Cars are firing at Shannons 40th Anniversary Timed Auction with online bidding opening today and closing on November 30. Heading the list is a fabulous and storied 1971 Ford Falcon GT-HO Phase III – once the world's fastest four-door production car – whose custodians have included Ford Australia's Competition Manager, the late Al Turner and four-times Bathurst 1000 winner Allan Moffat, that is currently in Shannons new Brisbane showroom and is expected to sell for close to $1 million. Read More >>

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Australasia's independent voice on vehicle safety, ANCAP, has today issued a 4 star safety rating for the recently-released Citroën C4 with performance falling short in three of the four key areas of safety assessment.

The Citroën C4 - which was released into Australia this month and New Zealand in October - achieved scores of 76 per cent for Adult Occupant Protection (AOP), 81 per cent for Child Occupant Protection (COP), 57 per cent for Vulnerable Road User Protection (VRUP) and 62 per cent for Safety Assist...
Australasia's independent voice on vehicle safety, ANCAP, has today issued a 4 star safety rating for the recently-released Citroën C4 with performance falling short in three of the four key areas of safety assessment. The Citroën C4 - which was released into Australia this month and New Zealand in October - achieved scores of 76 per cent for Adult Occupant Protection (AOP), 81 per cent for Child Occupant Protection (COP), 57 per cent for Vulnerable Road User Protection (VRUP) and 62 per cent for Safety Assist. Child Occupant Protection was the only assessment area in which the C4 managed to reach five-star territory. The thresholds for achieving the market-expected five star rating were missed for the AOP, VRUP and Safety Assist pillars.
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High-tech control center in the desert: the cockpit of the Audi RS Q e-tron for the Dakar Rally
The Audi RS Q e-tron during testing in Morocco for the Dakar Rally.
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