Queensland is to ease non-essential travel from Saturday, May 2, 2020. The Focus RS has been axed citing EU Emissions, and much more this week on Auto Catch Up.
Queensland adds a 1-month rego renewal option, the Lexus LQ SUV could be coming to Australia with a 450kW twin-turbo V8 option, and Mazda looks to be going RWD with the next-generation Mazda6.
Queensland Police Service (QPS) has said that they will be stepping up enforcement of these rules over the Easter long weekend.
For our first episode of Auto Catch Up, Ashley Perkins, Joel Strickland and Mick McWilliams discuss the impacts of COVID-19 on automakers and dealers.
What do you do when you can't own the cars you want in Australia? Why you move to Tokyo of course.
Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk announced today that some restrictions will be eased in Queensland from May 2nd, including going for a casual drive.
The Aston Martin DBX has been revealed after years of teasing, and it’s coming to Australia. First shown in concept...
As it reaches 50 years since the Chrysler Valiant Pacer rolled off an Australian production line, a one-off Chrysler 300...
The Hyundai Kona Electric takes the popular Kona SUV, replaces the engine for electric motors and switches out a petrol tank for a 64kWh lithium-ion battery. What you get is a zero-emission vehicle capable of driving over 450km off a single charge. According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics we travel on average 13,400km each year or around 258km each week. Meaning, the range of the electrified Kona should more than adequately meet the needs of most drivers.