Toyota’s quirky Aygo budget car has received a makeover and the updated model will be shown at the Geneva Motor Show early next month. See what’s changed below…
The Toyota Aygo arrived in South Africa in 2015 and has sold relatively well locally. The model has now been updated and is due to make its debut at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show next month.
The fourth-generation Hyundai Santa Fe has been revealed in South Korea. Do you like what you see? After being teased with design sketches and a low-res image, the new Hyundai Santa Fe has now been revealed. The Hyundai Santa Fe can be had as a 5-seater, 7-seater and there's even an 8-seater version. The new Santa Fe is larger than the outgoing model and is now 70 mm longer, 10 mm wider and the wheelbase has grown by 65 mm.
Volvo will be showcasing its new V60 premium, mid-size station wagon at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show and the new model has been infused with a host of new luxury features and safety technology. Take a look at what you can expect from the new Volvo V60 below…
Volvo has revealed a new V60 which the brand says features a ‘luxurious interior, increased levels of space, advanced connectivity, plus Volvo Cars’ latest driver support systems and other safety technology’.
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Selecting a term
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Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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