Meridian launching nationwide EV charging network
Meridian Energy will launch a nationwide EV charging network of more than 200 chargers over three years.
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Dealers receive strong forward orders for 2021 Outback
Subaru New Zealand has launched its 2021 Outback line-up to the motoring media in Central Otago today, saying it is the biggest, safest, most technologically advanced and luxurious Outback range yet.
Brisbane to host 2021 dealer convention and expo
The Australian Automotive Dealer Association (AADA) 2021 Convention and Expo will return to an on-site event at the Brisbane Exhibition & Convention Centre on September 14 and 15
Renault going hydrogen for LCVs
Groupe Renault and global sustainable mobility tech provider Faurecia will collaborate on hydrogen storage systems for hydrogen light commercial vehicles (LCVs).
Bentley studying recycled rare-earth EV motors
Bentley Motors will do a three-year research study that aims to revolutionise the sustainability of electric motors.
Car transport firm fined over fatal fall
Company apologises to victim’s family after admitting to a breach of Health and Safety rules.
Back to level one for dealers
Prime Minister urges vigilance and reminds businesses to continue displaying Covid-19 tracer QR codes.
Renault confirms it’s struggling with 2020 sales report
While Nissan and Mitsubishi have made headlines all over the world over the last few years with regards to their financial situations, Renault — the third firm in the Nissan-Mitsubishi-Renault alliance — hasn’t been so under the spotlight. Until now that is.
Kia and Hyundai recovering from days-long network outages
Kia Motors in America says it’s restoring services crippled by a computer network outage that began Saturday and which apparently affected dealers’ ability to order vehicles and parts and knocked offline a smartphone app that owners use to remotely start and warm up vehicles.
Subaru’s next-generation WRX to hit the market this year
Subaru’s highly-anticipated successor to the WRX will go on sale this year. The manufacturer confirmed plans to introduce the new model alongside a revamped BRZ coupe during a press briefing for the latest Subaru Outback wagon.