The Euro-spec Audi Q5 Sportback is heading to China after gaining 89 extra millimeters (3.5 inches) of length and wheelbase. The car will celebrate its official premiere at the Guangzhou Auto Exhibition opening for the media on November 20, 2020.
RM Sotheby’s just sold a 53-year-old Toyota 2000GT coupe for a logic-defying $912,000 USD. Let’s zoom in on the exotic and see what makes it so special.
Tesla has announced the comeback of its classical AM/FM/Sirius XM radio app for its infotainment system. The option went missing after an update, and returning it will cost money.
Mitsuoka Motor Company has unveiled its first coachbuilt off-roader. The sources of inspiration aren’t explicitly stated, but the car is obviously built with the latest Toyota RAV4 as the tech platform and a 30-year-old Chevy Tahoe as the main reference.
The Australian office of Nissan has announced a new Qashqai trim called the Midnight Edition. The novelty boils down to a new exterior and cabin, black 19-inch wheels, and smoked lighting all around. It will ship in mid-November priced from $35,900 AUD.
Following up on the announcement of the all-electric Ford Transit last year, CEO Jim Farley has confirmed that the production car is ready to debut and will do so next month.
The AutoTopNL team of reviewers has laid its hands on a rare and expensive Audi RSQ8-R. ABT Sportsline said there would only be 125 such vehicles, each packing 740 PS (730 hp / 544 kW) along with 920 Nm (678 lb-ft) of torque.


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