// Revealed: BMW unveils its first electric M car, the 405kw i4 m50
After long flirting with the idea of a proper performance-orientated electric car, BMW has done it; unveiling the i4 M50 this morning.
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// VIA tackles plans to change emissions rule
Industry organisation is working closely with the Ministry of Transport following proposals to make the standards for imports tougher.
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// EGR ROLLTRAC | All-aluminium electric rolling lid
The first electric roll cover to fully integrate with the vehicle’s electrical system, the EGR RollTrac’s smart ECU provides smooth and safe operation, while also preserving your battery.
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// Hot Audi SQ5 punches out 700nm
Audi’s updated SQ5 TDI V6 diesel SUV has arrived in New Zealand showrooms. Prices start at $134,900 for the wagon which runs a 3.0-litre a V6 diesel developing 251kW of maximum power and mammoth peak torque of 700Nm.
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// Rimac Nevera storms hypercar market
Rimac Automobili has launched the all-electric Nevera hypercar. It’s a production version of the C Two concept car revealed at the International Geneva Motor Show in 2018
// Lending guidance finalised
Regulator warns leading staff at lenders who fail to exercise required levels of care risk facing penalties of up to $200,000.
// Regions tipped to lag over EV uptake
Mazda NZ boss acknowledges price and driving preferences may lead to uneven demand for zero-emissions vehicles across the country.
// Eroad plans to consolidate markets
Company emerges strongly from a difficult year and focuses on improving its offerings.
// BMW confirms bumper electric car line-up for NZ
Hot on the heels of the unveiling earlier this morning of its new i4 M50, BMW New Zealand has confirmed it will be bringing both the standard i40 and the M50 performance variant into the country.
// Current National New Car Deals Revealed
Updated every Thursday, here’s a complete list of current National deals for new cars, utes, and light commercials. Offers including pricing specials, ‘free extras’ deals, or special financing terms.