Having lifted the covers off of the all-new G20 3 Series in Paris last year, BMW has now revealed the successor to the plug-in hybrid F30 in the form of the new 330e.
Having debuted as long ago as 2017, Audi South Africa has now officially confirmed that the second generation A7 will make its long awaited local market premiere at the Kyalami Festival of Motoring next week.
Having made its return to the United States last year after an eight year hiatus, Ford has now unveiled an off-road infused, albeit two-wheel-drive version of the Ranger called the FX2.
The initiator of Volvo’s current Iron Mark styling language when it debuted five years ago, the Chinese owned Swedish automaker has now officially detailed the updated, second generation XC90 some six months after its European debut.
Having confirmed in February that the previously forbidden T-Roc will come to South Africa in 2020, Volkswagen has now introduced the third iteration of its compact SUV in the form of the quirky drop-top T-Roc Cabriolet.
Having revealed that talks are underway to bring the all-new Corsa to South Africa next year, Opel South Africa’s distributer and importer, Unitrans Motors, has now announced that plans are afloat to bring the facelift Astra to market in 2020.

Muscled-up Shelby GT350R slithers into view

With the covers having already come off of the Shelby GT350 and GT500, the famed US tuner has now unveiled the third and latest iteration of its Ford Mustang-based pony car, the GT350R.

Toyota Supra coming with more power but no manual gearbox

With recent online reports and speculation suggesting that a more powerful version of the Toyota Supra could be produced, the Chief Engineer behind the revived sports coupe has confirmed that such a model will indeed materialise.

Plugged-in Porsche Cayenne now with more spark

Porsche has unveiled the fastest and most powerful iterations of the Cayenne and Cayenne Coupe to date in the form of new Turbo S E-Hybrid.

Future Jaguar and Land Rovers set to use BMW foundations

Jaguar-Land Rover (JLR)’s recent technical development link-up with BMW has opened-up speculation that the Indian-owned British automaker’s planned new SUVs will ride on German architecture.

Faster BMW 1 Series will seemingly happen after all

BMW has apparently u-turned on its initial claim that it won’t produce a more powerful version of the new 1 Series to sit above the M135i.

Land Rover mulling possible open-deck Defender

With recently leaked details suggesting that the incoming Land Rover Defender will retain its 90, 110 and 130 wheelbase lengths, a new report from Australia has claimed that a business case is being drawn up for the inclusion of a bakkie variant, albeit not on the same platform.

More Gazoo Racing Toyotas coming, hybrids included

Toyota has indicated that it will expand its Gazoo Racing (GR) moniker to create a performance model of its “core products” in the coming years, including hybrid examples.

MG makes unexpected bakkie segment entry in Thailand

Iconic British sports car manufacturer MG has become the latest, and unexpected, entry into the ever growing bakkie segment when it introduced the Extender in Thailand over the weekend.

All-new Opel Corsa set to make local touchdown next year

Opel South Africa’s local distributor and importer, Unitrans Motors, has confirmed that talks are underway in bringing the all-new Corsa to South Africa next year.

Toyota Land Cruiser 300 a possible debutant at the Tokyo Motor Show

In spite of little details being known, a fresh report from Japan has alleged that the long awaited Toyota Land Cruiser 300 could debut as early as November at the Tokyo Motor Show.

JLR-BMW powertrain tie-up set to become feature of next Range Rover

Having announced a tie-up last month with BMW to develop a new generation of electric powerunits, a report from the United Kingdom has claimed that the next Range Rover will be one of the first models to benefit from the joined partnership.

Long termer: Smart, new Toyota RAV4 joins the fleet

One could almost argue that many, many moons ago, Toyota’s RAV4 was this little three-door soccer mommy wagon that was way ahead of its time in terms of today’s SUV/crossover explosion.

Hyundai sketches all-new i10 as Grand i10’s replacement debuts in India

Hyundai is getting ready for the unveiling of the all-new, third generation i10 as evident by the release of a single sketch image ahead of the model’s confirmed debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show next month.

Ford Mustang: Don’t look a gift horse in the mouth

While it is fair to say that not many people’s vocabulary includes words like “kilowatt” or “magnetic ride control dampers”, every so often, even those without any real interest in cars will fathom what a particular model represents.





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