Good news for VF Commodore customers, bad news for existing VE stocks with the news of dramatically reduced pricing for the VF range, in show rooms next month.
New entry-level Evoke will start at just $34,990 plus on-roads. No more Berlina badge, but a $39,990 starting price for the Calais should fill the void.
The new Accord is still available with four- and six-cylinder engines, and features Honda’s new “Earth Dreams” systems. Click here to read TMR’s 2014 Accord review.
Volkswagen unveiled its twin-turbo petrol V6-powered Design Vision Golf GTi concept at the Wörthersee GTI Treffen in Austria.
If all-wheel-drive and a claimed 0-100km/h time of just 3.9 seconds isn't enough, the twin-turbo V6 packs a 375kW punch. That’s a mere 213kW improvement over the regular Golf GTi; or 131 percent!
Peugeot’s updated RCZ sports coupe is now on sale in Australia, with a “no options” policy and a price of $58,990.
It wasn’t all good news for Holden this week though, with the Australian carmaker announcing a $153 million loss for 2012.
Volkswagen's stablemate Seat unveiled its wild Leon Cup Racer hatch concept at the Wörthersee show, a worthy companion to the Golf GTi concept.
Finally, Mark Reuss from GM North America likes the idea of the Toyota 86 / Subaru BRZ twins so much, he feels GM should produce a similar offering, predicting such a car would be a “huge win” for GM.
And that’s….. the week that was.