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Ford Says Farewell To Holden | :(

1/1 - All of us here at Ford Australia are saddened to hear the news that Holden will cease operations. Holden is an iconic brand that holds a special place in the heart of many Australians, and has done so much to shape the Australian automotive industry and the country... — Ford Australia (@FordAustralia) February 17, 2020 2/2 - Its vehicles have been worthy competitors both on road and on the racetrack. To our friends at Holden, thank you for keeping us on our toes and inspiring us to keep aiming higher. We will miss you. — Ford Australia (@FordAustralia) February 17, 2020

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The Porsche Exclusive Manufaktur shapes up the 911 with two aerodynamic and styling packages.

The latest generation Porsche 911 is now available with a SportDesign package, which provides a revised front apron with a spoiler lip in distinctive design. The rear has also been reconfigured, with a new bumper section that has raised the number plate to incorporate a new air intake and outtake. The SportDesign package can be combined with optionally available SportDesign side skirts, which have the optical effect of lowering the car still closer to the road. Also available as a further option is the new Aerokit, which is offered on all Coupé versions of the 992 series. Based on the SportDesign package the Aerokit comes with a range of aerodynamic enhancements: a distinctive front spoiler, a fixed rear spoiler and fixed rear wing, reminding you of Porsche’s GT vehicles. A combination with the SportDesign side skirts enhances the ground hugging stance and further underlines the 911’s racing DNA. The new Aerokit has been engineered at Porsche’s development centre in Weissach

Holden killed by ‘highly fragmented right-hand-drive markets’

Announcement With a heavy heart, Holden announced today that General Motors will be retiring the Holden brand in Australia and New Zealand. This announcement will be felt deeply by the entire Holden family, our customers and our fans. We will immediately begin working with our dealer partners across Australia and New Zealand to implement an orderly transition, including support for our existing customers. Holden will continue to support customers in the following ways: Honour all existing warranties and guarantees Honour all free scheduled servicing offers Ongoing call centre support Provide servicing and spare parts for at least 10 years, through national aftersales networks in Australia and New Zealand Recalls or safety-related issues if they arise GM has taken this difficult decision after an exhaustive analysis of the investment required for Holden to be competitive for the long term in Australia's and New Zealand's new car markets. Regrettably, t

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Introducing Czinger 21C: a 1250 hp 21st century hypercar capable of 0-62...

17 February 2020 Los Angeles, California Czinger previews rule breaking and record hunting 1250 hp 21C hypercar ahead of Geneva International Motor Show debut The Czinger 21C is designed, manufactured and assembled in Los Angeles, California using the world's most advanced production technologies In-house designed strong hybrid powertrain has a confirmed output of 1250 hp (1233 bhp) Czinger 21C capable of 0-62 mph (0-100 kph) in 1.9 seconds Vehicle architecture is centered around driver-focused, two-person in-line seating configuration Performance is driven by Czinger’s proprietary powertrain and additively manufactured chassis - the Czinger 21C is an evolutionary leap in performance vehicle creation Geneva International Motor Show will be the stage for Czinger’s brand launch and 21C vehicle debut (press days 3 - 4 March, public days 5 - 15 March 2020) in Hall 1, Booth 1030 Czinger’s press conference will take place on 3 March, 11:00 – 11:15 CET Watch the fi

Kia reveals first images of next-generation Sorento

Kia Motors Corporation has revealed the first official images of the new Kia Sorento today, ahead of its first public appearance at the 2020 Geneva International Motor Show. The concept of ‘refined boldness’ inspired Kia’s designers, who sought to maintain the robust, tough-looking aesthetic of earlier generations of Sorento, while applying a greater degree of refinement and elegance. More stylish than ever, the Sorento’s redefined design incorporates sharper lines and uninterrupted surfaces, making it noticeable more sculpted than its more round-edged predecessor. With more contemporary geometric details and more swept-back, elongated proportions, the result is a more confident, more mature and more desirable design than ever. The more assertive ‘face’ of the Sorento evolves, too, with a new interpretation of Kia’s hallmark ‘tiger nose’ grille. Wider and more expansive, it wraps organically around the integrated headlamps on each side. The headlamps themselves feature a new ‘

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