Jaguar Land Rover axes all-electric Range Rover – report | CarAdvice

The manufacturing conglomerate is looking to phase out its Modular Longitudinal Architecture due to emission concerns, according to a new report. Jaguar Land Rover has axed its upcoming all-electric Range Rover ‘Road Rover’ project, according to a new report from Automotive News Europe. Citing an investor call with the brand’s Continue Reading

Nissan Australia boss criticises government leadership on electric vehicles – report | CarAdvice

Despite sales figures for electric cars showing strong growth, Nissan Australia’s boss says government policies are lacking. The head of Nissan Australia says the country is falling behind other nations in its adoption of zero-emission cars, due to a lack of leadership in Federal Government policies. “The UK, Norway, Canada, Continue Reading

India tempts Tesla with low production cost promises – report | CarAdvice

As the country seeks to reduce its emissions, India is wooing Tesla with the promise of low-cost production. India is attempting to attract Tesla to build cars in its country, promising lower production costs than China. Speaking to news outlet Reuters, India’s transport minister Nitin Gadkari promised government incentives to Continue Reading

2022 Subaru WRX: More details revealed – report | CarAdvice

A report out of Japan provides new details on the new performance sedan’s dimensions and transmission options. New details of the 2022 Subaru WRX have emerged out of Japan, indicating the new sports sedan will continue to offer a CVT automatic as well as the familiar six-speed manual, and will Continue Reading

Electric Mercedes-Benz C-Class not due until after 2024 – report | CarAdvice

While the 2021 C-Class has just been unveiled, its electric equivalent won’t arrive for at least a few more years. Electrification was a cornerstone of the all-new 2021 Mercedes-Benz C-Class, but while mild-hybrids and plug-in hybrids are set to play a key role, a full electric vehicle (EV) is still Continue Reading

Honda plans a return to its former glory under new global CEO – report | CarAdvice

After being accused of losing its way – cutting costs and corners – over the past decade, Honda has embarked on a plan to return to its former glory. Japanese car maker Honda is hoping to return to its former glory under the guidance of a new global boss, Toshihiro Continue Reading

Ferrari ‘F171’ hybrid V6 supercar due In late 2021 with 522kW – report | CarAdvice

New supercar to make 3.0-litre turbo V6 with an electric motor for V8 levels of power, according to the UK’s Car. Ferrari looks set to launch a new supercar powered by an all-new, hybridised V6 producing over 500kW by the end of 2021, according to overseas reports. British magazine Car Continue Reading

Hyundai Ioniq and Kona electric cars could be recalled worldwide due to fire risk – report | CarAdvice

The South Korean manufacturer is considering its options following a spate of overseas battery fires in the Ioniq and Kona electric models. Hyundai may need to recall its electric Ioniq and Kona electric cars internationally, following a spate of fires in South Korea. Multiple South Korean news outlets have reported Continue Reading

New Ram Dakota – a Toyota HiLux rival – has been axed – report | CarAdvice

The new owners of the giant Jeep-Ram-Chrysler and Peugeot-Citroen-Opel conglomerate have reportedly cancelled the return of the global mid-size pick-up. The return of the Ram Dakota – a ute rival to the Toyota HiLux and Ford Ranger – has reportedly been scrapped. The Ram Dakota was intended to help the Continue Reading

Tesla, Jaguar, Alfa Romeo, Land Rover among the least reliable brands – J.D. Power report | CarAdvice

The data analysis firm’s annual vehicle dependability survey found owners of Lexus, Porsche, and Kia cars reported fewer faults than other brands. Lexus has regained the top-spot in the annual J.D. Power vehicle dependability survey, while Land Rover has found itself at the bottom of the list for the second Continue Reading