28.9.2020 02:27 pm
Unsurprisingly, Ferrari has chosen not to reveal the Omologata’s technical details or indeed its price.
Ferrari has unveiled its latest one-off creation as the tenth to feature a V12 engine since the 599 GTB Fiorano-based P540 Superfast Aperta in 2009.
Brand’s rear-wheel-drive performance sedan has proved to a disappointment with sales in key markets being lower than projected.
Combination of a 147 kW turbocharged petrol engine and two electric motors translates to a total output of 265 kW.
Despite having debuted on local shores only this year, the updated i30 N is likely to arrive in South Africa sometime next year.
Based on past generations, and retention of a V6 in Australia, a slim possibility exists of local models receiving a petrol option.
Packing a torquier version of the Fiesta ST’s three-cylinder engine, the Puma ST will sadly remain forbidden fruit for South Africans.
Move to a crossover could see the Megane following the same route as Citroën with the new C4.
Range-topping XR has it made but the questions is, manual or CVT?
ID.4 will initially only be offered with rear-wheel-drive with a 225 kW all-wheel-drive joining in 2021.
A turbocharged 1.3-litre petrol is joined by a normally aspirated 1.6 hybrid paired to a clutchless four-speed automatic gearbox.
Although offered in Australia as the Everest Sport, no plans are currently in place to market it in South Africa.
Exterior remains untouched but the interior has been reworked and electrification added to all but two engines.
Kia’s sports sedan now makes exclusive use of the twin-turbocharged V6 engine with all-wheel-drive standard outside the UK.
Hyundai’s top-spec sedan gets sporty but sadly will remain forbidden fruit for South Africans.