We publish a lot of car news during the work week (normally 70 news) and it can be difficult to keep up with everything – that’s the underlying reason behind this weekend’s list.
In short, this is some Important articles from our newsstand as of this Monday have been summarized, in case you miss them at the time.
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Upgrade 2023 Kia Seltos has been revealed, with refreshed styling and an interior that better matches the new interior Sport. Kia Australia has confirmed that the update will arrive in the second half of 2022.
Changes at the front include a revised grille and bumper, as well as new LED daytime running lights. The updates return significantly more, where there are redesigned, more vertically oriented tail lights connected by a full-width light bar.
MG has revealed more information about its rival Nissan Leaf and Cupra Born ahead of its launch, confirmed its export market name and revealed its interior.
The electric hatchback will be sold as the MG4 Electric in Europe, where it will go on sale in the fourth quarter of 2022. The name could also be used in Australia, which is expected to launch in the first half of 2023.
The hatch will offer two different batteries and electric motors, with a range of up to 450 km and a capacity of 150kW.
The Alban Labor Government intends to deliver on its election promise to introduce tax and tax exemptions for electric vehicles below the Luxury Car Tax threshold.
The Australian government intends to introduce new incentives for electric vehicles, including hybrids, to fulfill a promise made before the election.
The Secretary for Energy and Climate Change Chris Bowen confirmed in a speech to the National Press Club this week the Government will enact legislation when Parliament meets again at the end of July. make electric vehicles more affordable.
Automotive companies are now obliged to sell vital vehicle service and repair information to independent Australian repairmen, with a bill of payment effective from today.
The law, considered the first of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere, obliges vehicle manufacturers to provide all service and repair information to independent repairers at fair market prices.
Car brands used to, obviously and technically, only have the option to provide repair information exclusively to their franchisees, rather than a broader repair network – though many do. voluntarily sold technical data elsewhere regardless.
Ram is filling an F-150 Raptor-sized hole in the Australian market with an exploding V8 super truck it calls the pickup world’s pinnacle predator.
The 1500 TRX will top the Australian Ram Trucks line-up, priced from $199,950 before on-road costs – about $50,000 more than the next most expensive Ram 1500.
Under the bonnet is a turbocharged V8 producing 523kW of power and 882Nm of torque, mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission and continuous all-wheel drive.
FULL STORY: 2022 Ram 1500 TRX from $199,950
The Hyundai Ioniq 6 electric sedan has finally been fully revealed after a lengthy advertising campaign. Is it a Tesla Model 3 replacement of the Korean brand?
This is the second model in the new Hyundai Ioniq family, after much more angular Ioniq 5 crossover-hatch, putting aerodynamic efficiency at the heart, thus maximizing range.
The MG is currently Australia’s best-selling small SUV with an 18% market share – a remarkable endeavor. And even though the Haval doesn’t quite do that, it still owns 5% of the market share and overtook the better known Honda HR-V this year.
The next cab to stay off the charts will be the Chery Omoda 5, an edgy-looking crossover that will arrive in Australia in 2022 and looks set to increase in price in 2023 when the ambitious company is established here.
Drowsy driving is a killer on our roads, and that’s what affects a large number of Australians. According to research commissioned by dash cam manufacturer Nextbase, one in six Australians (16 per cent) have fallen asleep behind the wheel.
Men are more likely to try to drive through drowsy, with 22% of men admitting to falling asleep behind the wheel.
One separate study conducted by Monash University An estimated one Australian dies every day after falling asleep while driving. It also estimates drowsy driving contributes to 20% of car crashes in Australia every year.
Mahindra Scorpio-N, an off-road capable mid-size body-on-frame SUV from India developed with the export market in mind, has officially been confirmed to Australia. as expected.
However, the supply chain’s continued difficulty means it will not be operational until 2023, although Australia is seen as a “priority market” for the Mahindra Group as it pushes further out of the market. its domestic.
It was designed in part by Mahindra’s subsidiary Pininfarina in Italy, and built to some extent at Mahindra’s engineering center in Michigan, USA. Much of the design and development also takes place at corporate centers in Chennai and Mumbai, and it is done in Pune.