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VOLVO V40 & V40 CROSS COUNTRY UPDATED
The interior features a useful 6.2” infotainment screen, USB and auxiliary ports, and six airbags in the GLX model, which enjoys the advantage of a leather-covered steering wheel, and 16” alloy wheels.
AUDI A3 SEDAN 2.0 TFSI
The sporty lines of the exterior echo in the interior of the A3 sedan.
ASTON MARTIN DB11
The DB11 is as British as they come, which means it carries itself with an air of sophistication and pride that befits the stature of the British race cars of yesteryear.
NEW KIA RIO IN MELBOURNE
On the inside, the new Rio is more sophisticated and better equipped than the car that it replaces. The use of a silver highlight across the dash helps to brighten up the otherwise dark interior, while plenty of horizontal lines emphasise the exterior width of the car.
VOLKSWAGEN POLO 1.0 TSI R-LINE
In the case of Volkswagen’s popular Polo (2,462 sold in February 2017) there was little room for improvement to an already brilliant design, apart from adding some R-line visuals such as the logo on the radiator grille, front and rear bumpers, sill extensions, and a sporty rear diffuser to compliment the rear spoiler in body colour.
Dubbed C-HR – a name that denotes coupé high-rider. This is the vehicle, Toyota believes, that will lure buyers away from Nissan’s Juke and also Hyundai’s recently launched Creta, not to mention Renault’s Kadjar.
FORMULA ONE GOES TO HOLLYWOOD
In Formula One, it is very difficult to topple the old guard, regulatory changes notwithstanding. Since 1974, the constructors’ championship had virtually been monopolised by McLaren, Williams, Ferrari, Red Bull, and Mercedes.
To celebrate the release of the second generation car, Porsche invited a small group of journalists to the Mexican countryside, to sample a section of the Panamericana in a Panamera.
New BMW 5 Series
The 5 Series has a powerful visual legacy which makes radical changes to the car’s design a difficult task to accomplish. Hence, the new gen’s evolutionary exterior design changes over the previous 5.
The Navara comes into its own where it matters most – inside the cabin. Feeling solid and refined, it has taken a great leap forward over the old Navara, and brings interior comfort levels right up there with the likes of the gentleman’s bakkie, the VW Amarok.