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2017 Toyota Prius Prime

Oct 3rd
Against expectations, Toyota has made a decent business out of the Prius, a car whose picture should appear in the dictionary next to the word “frump.” Assuming the market doesn’t collapse by the end of the year, Toyota will sell well over 100,000 vehicles wearing the nameplate in 2016, a figure that is split among three models: the entry-level Prius…
BMW To Launch Hybrid Sports Car With Toyota

Oct 3rd
New information suggests the long-awaited Toyota Supra will arrive in 2018, shortly after the BMW Z5 with which it will share many parts. Click here to view pictures of a development Supra. BMW and Toyota have been jointly working on the models since 2012, but have now begun to move development off in their own directions. BMW has been spotted testing…
Mazda RX-Vision Rotary-engined Sports Car Concept Revealed

Oct 3rd
The Mazda RX-Vision concept car revealed at the Tokyo motor show signifies Mazda’s intentions to launch a new range-topping sports car powered by a rotary engine. The likely badge for the front-engined, rear-drive model would be RX-7, and the production version could be unveiled at the Tokyo motor show in 2017; that would mark 50 years since Mazda launched its…
2017 Cadillac XT5

Oct 3rd
That chestnut about effort equals reward doesn’t always play in the car biz. Case in point: Cadillac. Customer reaction to billions invested in two excellent new sports sedans (CTS and ATS) and one coupe (ATS) has been an unwavering taste for the old-guard Escalade, SRX, and XTS. This hasn’t hindered Cadillac’s determination to wage a frontal assault on luxury imports…
2014 Jeep Cherokee

Oct 3rd
Jeep is nothing if not tough. The brand originated from the vehicle that helped the Allies win World War II, and its modern-day customers gather by the thousands every year to spend Easter weekend driving through the desert outside Moab, Utah. But it’s no longer enough to just be tough, and the new Cherokee represents Jeep’s most recent attempt at…
BMW M3 Pick-up Truck

Oct 3rd
BMW could join its long-time rival Mercedes-Benz in the growing luxury pick-up truck market. Asked whether rumours suggesting BMW had plans to enter the pick-up ranks were on the mark, BMW Australia managing director Marc Werner said: “We are looking at this closely," before adding: "a ute is certainly an interesting proposition.” Werner’s comments are the first acknowledgment that BMW is looking…