Want to stay up to date in the world of automotive news? These are the biggest stories from the past week.
Each week we’ll keep you up to speed and bring you the ‘watercooler’ information of what has happened in the world of cars and motoring with the five-biggest stories we’ve covered. Here’s what you need to know…
Remember the Toyota Celica? We think it’s time to revive the icon
Toyota’s Gazoo Racing has been producing a plethora of performance vehicles in the GR Supra, GR 86, GR Yaris and GR Corolla, but there’s a gap to fill in the line-up, namely in the front-wheel-drive-based coupe slot.
We fully support the revival of one of the brand’s icons: the Toyota Celica. Check out our renders and reasoning here.
The hype dies down on electric vehicle company, Rivian
Rivian has been on struggle street since it became public in November last year. Since then $US132.78 billion has been slashed from its valuation, a loss of approximately 85 per cent – including a 17 per cent drop in the past week alone. Check out the full story here.
Price and specs confirmed for 2023 Range Rover Sport
The first new Range Rover Sport in nine years has been unveiled. The upcoming model will be available in petrol, diesel and hybrid forms, with an electric variant to follow. For all of the details on pricing and specifications, check out the full article here.
2023 Toyota LandCruiser 70 Series avoids new safety rules
The oldest new vehicle on sale today has switched vehicle categories, thereby sidestepping new safety rules.
The Toyota LandCruiser 70 Series has been re-certified from a four-wheel-drive ute as a medium truck, as part of a 2023 update due later this year. Read the full story here.
Here are some of Australia’s worst drivers over the past week
The past week has been a week of drug busts, illegal weapons, and dangerous driving. With the help of police media channels and the NSW Police Traffic and Highway Patrol Facebook page, we’ve complied a list of ‘idiots on the road’. Check it out here.
These are the most read stories of the week. You can read all the car news covered by Drive on our news feed here.