Today, Australia's auto industry was dealt a death blow. In a press release, Toyota Australia revealed "that it will stop building cars in Australia by the end of 2017 and become a national sales and distribution company."
Earlier today, Toyota announced that it would stop building cars in Australia in 2017. Toyota was the last major automaker with manufacturing facilities in the country, so its pull-out means that the auto industry in Australia is effectively dead.
You may not have heard of the 2014 Infiniti QX60--but you may find it looks strangely familiar. It's a new nameplate on the vehicle introduced last year as the Infiniti JX, a three-row crossover utility vehicle that can be viewed as a more upscale and luxurious version of the Nissan Pathfinder.
2015 Mercedes-Benz S-Class Coupe
The Mercedes-Benz S-Class sedan has already put the world on notice, from its standard stance on opulence in the S550 to the impeccably impressive S63 AMG super sedan. Now, the sedan gets a sleeker, sportier companion: the 2015 S-Class Coupe.
Ferrari’s replacement for the California has been spied testing in prototype form for a while now, and tomorrow we’ll finally get our first look at the completed car. To whet our appetite further, Ferrari today released this teaser image and confirmed that tomorrow’s reveal will include photos, technical specs and other exclusive content.
An alleged drunk driver recently crashed his Kia into a Ferrari dealership in an upmarket area of the Qatar capital Doha.
2014 MINI Cooper S
The third-generation MINI has only just been launched, but that hasn't stopped parent company BMW commenting on what the next generation might hold. Details of the models themselves are unlikely to arrive for many years--the current car has a whole lifecycle, including a mid-life refresh ahead of it.
Tens of thousands of flights carry millions of passengers around the globe on a daily basis. Needless to say, the environmental impact of this is fairly large--but both airlines and aircraft makers are keen to reduce that impact and lower their own costs, too.
Forget, temporarily, some of that things that were said when the production 2014 BMW i3 electric car was revealed last summer. For the first three months it's on sale in the U.S., BMW's first-ever electric car will only be available in one trim level.