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2020 Mitsubishi Xpander

Despite being 'teased' locally last month, we're no strangers to the upcoming Mitsubishi Xpander 7-seat crossover – we sized it up in Jakarta some time back. Well, it won't be long before it officially launches in our market as Mitsubishi Motors Malaysia (MMM) have opened up the order books for it starting today. Annoyingly, the firm remains tight-lipped about prices...

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2021 Mini Cooper 1499 GT and Mini Countryman Oxford headline even more special editions

Mini may have more special and limited editions than movie cameos. For 2021, there will be two more, bringing its total of specials to nearly the same number of years since Mini launched in 1959. The 2021 Mini Cooper 1499 GT celebrates the brand's potent past, while the 2021 Mini Countryman Oxford honors the British brand's home, Mini announced on...

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The Brabus Rocket 900 Is a Widebody AMG GT 63 That Can Go 205 MPH

German tuner Brabus announced a new model today based on the Mercedes-AMG GT 63 S, dubbed the Rocket 900. As the name suggests, it makes 900 horsepower from a highly modified version of the GT 63's twin-turbo V-8. There's also a carbon-fiber widebody kit, a retuned suspension, and a whole lot more. Brabus claims its body kit, which also includes...

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2022 Porsche 911 GT3 Touring spy shots: Track star's mild-mannered sibling spotted

Porsche looks to be already testing a Touring Package for its yet-to-be-revealed 992-generation 911 GT3. New spy shots and video show a prototype that resembles earlier testers for the new GT3, but without the huge rear wing. The prototype seen here instead features the same rear wing found on the regular 911 Carrera models.

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Ford Offers Handling Pack on Automatic Mach 1

The 2021 Ford Mustang Mach 1 is joining the Bronco in getting some after-announcement-upgrades. The Handling Package will now be available to buyers of the 10-speed automatic Mach 1. It's no longer just offered on the manual version. Ford says this, like the Bronco, came after “significant customer feedback.” This one sort of works the opposite way, though, as people...

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Ford transforms Bronco into a firefighting, off-road machine

Ford is in a Bronco high, and they couldn't stop modifying it in different ways. Recently, they transformed the all-new Bronco into the ultimate glamping machine with the OG Concept a few weeks ago. With built-in food storage and dining area at the back, along with mounting points for putting up a tent, Ford wants to show that not only...

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The Torsus Praetorian Off-Roading Bus Makes Going To School Look Fun

A student's life is tough, but going to school could be tougher, especially if students reside in locations where buses might get buried in sand to the frame. But here's a school bus that could even reach students where road is too rough or nonexistent. This is the new Torsus Praetorian School Bus, a 4x4 transporter that could ease a...

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Forza Horizon 4 Just Got Some Awesome Trucks, But The Cars Are Even Cooler

You can always count on a game like Forza Horizon 4 to keep all of us entertained as the world continues to grapple with the coronavirus pandemic. The game remains one of the most highly regarded open-world racing games in the market, and even if it’s been around for two years, developer Turn 10 Studios continues to find ways to...

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New Bugatti to be unveiled next week, could be electric

The French hypercar brand is being especially cryptic in the lead-up to the covers coming off the new car. The only official image of it is a rear view of some X-shaped LED rear light strips, a light signature markedly different from that of the Chiron or its related variants (such as the Divo). A second preview image was sent...

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BMW announces ‘First Edition’ X5 M Competition & X6 M Competition

The X5 and X6 M Competition are among the most powerful SUVs on the market. They feature a 4.4-litre twin-turbo V8 that belts out a hilarious 460kW and 750Nm, which is good enough for 0-100km/h in a claimed 3.8 seconds – although, we’ve clocked 3.69 seconds in the X6 and 3.73 in the X5, in the real world. Strangely, BMW...

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2021 Fiat Panda Lineup Welcomes New Sport Model

A staple of the Fiat range for 40 years and counting, the Panda enters the 2021 model year with a host of improvements. And as ever, the entry-level Life soldiers on with lots of standard equipment for little money. Over in the United Kingdom, pricing starts at 11,895 pounds sterling for the front-wheel-drive city car with a mild-hybrid engine that...

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Porsche's 2021 Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid gets more horsepower

Porsche has updated the Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid for 2021, adding more horsepower and a bigger battery. The top-of-the-line Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid was missing from the lineup when Porsche unveiled the updated Panamera in August, but now we’re getting the full-meal deal. The model features a 4.0-litre twin-turbocharged V8 that’s paired with an electric motor, which produces a combined...

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Renault Sport Will Be Replaced With Alpine, Which Is Good And Bad News For The A110

Renault‘s newly appointed CEO Luca de Meo has laid out a road map which will secure the future of the Alpine brand, but it’s set to become a very different entity. The plan appears to revolve around binning the Renault Sport brand, with future performance products from the company adopting Alpine badging.

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2021 Jaguar E-Pace spied on the Nurburgring hiding its styling changes

We just spied a Jaguar E-Pace lapping the Nürburgring covered in camouflage from front to back. Jaguar released the first E-Pace as a 2018 model year, so we’re fast approaching what will be the model’s first light refresh. Things don’t appear to be drastically changing from an exterior design perspective. The same shapes, cutouts and vents are all visible on...

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There was a time in automotive history where one could argue that the United States was home to some of the most beautiful cars in the world. Some of our favorite vehicles of today even pay homage to these high points of Americarna: the Ford Bronco, the Chevrolet Camaro, and most recognizably the Dodge Challenger. However, not everything that comes...

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The 2022 GMC HUMMER EV is a first-of-its kind supertruck developed to forge new paths with zero emissions.

2022 GMC Hummer EV Edition 1

The first version of a completely new, all-electric incarnation of Hummer, the 2022 GMC Hummer EV Edition 1, was introduced Tuesday night in Detroit. It’s the pre-runner in the return of a brand once maligned by environmentalists—this time, with a set of zero-tailpipe-emissions electric vehicles aimed at weekend adventurers. GM boasts that the Hummer EV will offer four-wheel steering, an...

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The BMW M4 Competition x Kith Smashes Fashion, Performance Together

If you get the feeling that major car makers have been collaborating with streetwear designers more than usual lately, you'd be right. Virgil Abloh recently teamed up with Gordon Wagner, Mercedes-Benz's design honcho, to reimagine the classic G-Wagen. Now BMW has done something similar (albeit less drastic) with an icon of its own, Kith. Meet the 2021 BMW M4 Competition...

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How would you configure your 2021 Ford Bronco?

It seems that every aspect of the Ford Bronco reveal was steeped in anticipation and excitement. Now that we’ve seen the Bronco in the sheet metal, the next milestone we were waiting for was the online configurator, which is finally live. Plenty of our staff has been busy digitally altering Ford’s new off-roader to suit their specific needs. Be forewarned,...

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Elon Musk Foresees Self-Driving Being Released to Public by End of 2020

Today during a third-quarter financial call, Tesla CEO Elon Musk said that the closed self-driving software beta it launched last night would expand to more drivers by early next week. The company would then step it up and the CEO said, "We have, hopefully, a wide release by the end of this year."

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Pininfarina Battista buyers to get free charging with ChargePoint

Pininfarina has entered a partnership with global EV charging network ChargePoint to provide buyers of the upcoming Battista electric hypercar with five years of unlimited complimentary public charging at more 115,000 locations across Europe and North America. Buyers will also get a bespoke domestic wallbox charger, designed by Pininfarina and made from recycled materials, which promises to supply up to...

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Electric power is the future, even for garbage trucks

Garbage trucks are not something we usually cover here on Roadshow, but sometimes weird, off-beat or otherwise unusual topics are worth our attention. In this case, Mack Trucks is gearing up to build battery-powered refuse haulers, which promise to be far cleaner and quieter than their diesel-burning counterparts.

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Renault Megane eVision concept previews new EV for 2021

Renault is previewing its next steps in electrification with the new Megane eVision concept car. It previews a real Renault model that arrives at the end of 2021 to take on rivals like the VW ID.3 and Tesla Model 3. And a look we’ve already seen hints of in the Morphoz concept, too. Among other things, this Megane eVision previews...

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Woo-Hoo! 3 More Dodge Challenger And Charger Models Coming

FCA's three-year agreement with the Canadian auto workers union Unifor reveals that there are three new variants of the Dodge Charger and Challenger are on the way as part of a $50 million investment into the Brampton Assembly factory. In addition, the site will continue building the Chrysler 300.

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KTM X-Bow GTX racer revealed with 532bhp five-cylinder engine

Though often associated with machines of the two-wheeled variety, Austria-based KTM has now revealed its track-only X-Bow GTX in full, following a glimpse at the variant in February, with prices starting from €230,000 (c£208,000). Coming in various forms over its 12-year existence, the KTM X-Bow has traditionally offered buyers an open-top experience similar to that of a Caterham or Ariel...

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