Faster Mustang, meaner Navara, and pricing for BMW’s mid-sized crossovers.
The automotive news wheel is always turning. If you’re not constantly checking CarAdvice – which you should be doing, by the way – it can be easy for some headlines to slip through the cracks.
To make sure you haven’t missed anything important, we’ve gathered what we reckon are the hottest news stories from this week, right here. Check them out, and let us know what caught your eye.
2021 Alfa Romeo Tonale leaked
Alfa Romeo’s new Jeep Renegade-based crossover has been leaked ahead of its debut next year.
Looks like the concept
2020 BMW X3, X4 pricing and specs
BMW has updated its X3 and X4 line-up with minor spec changes for 2020, and there’s a minor price bump to go with it.
More money, more kit
Nissan Terra still unlikely for Australia
The Nissan Terra seven-seat four-wheel-drive based on the Navara ute is still not due in local showrooms anytime soon.
Seven-seat off-roader off the cards
2020 Ford Mustang R-Spec pricing: Supercharged V8 limited edition for Australia
Ford Australia has taken the covers off a supercharged V8 Mustang developed in Australia. Just 500 will be made.
2020 Nissan Navara N-Trek Warrior: Aussie-tuned hero revealed
Nissan has unveiled its challenger for the HSV SportsCat and Toyota HiLux Rugged X, with a proper off-road suspension developed in Melbourne.
Free fuel for life: Nissan and CSIRO launch solar-powered EV charging station trial
Nissan is conducting a 200-day trial to find out if you can run an electric car on the power of the sun.
Pray for warm weather
Volkswagen Golf GTI TCR delayed until 2020
213kW front-drive hot hatch has been pushed back until next year due to production delays, after originally being scheduled for launch this month.
Keep waiting, VW fans
2020 Toyota Mirai concept revealed for Tokyo motor show
Toyota drops the quirky futuristic look for a more traditionally elegant design for its second-generation Mirai hydrogen car.
Prettier, but it’s still hydrogen
2021 Toyota RAV4 PHEV: Plug-in SUV teased, not for Australia
Toyota will expand its hybrid line-up with a proper plug-in RAV4, set for a full reveal at the Los Angeles motor show next month.
That’s right, it’s not for Australia
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The week’s top news stories: October 13, 2019