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Times: Jeremy Clarkson takes a revamped classic for a test.
The company, launched in 2007, had branches in five cities around NZ.
Tesla's making money - but he's not happy.
Telegraph: Electric waste poses a significant question over green credentials
Prices for Holden vehicles could drop ahead of GM's D-day for the brand.
Killing 164 years of motoring history is a sure way to get noticed, writes Rupert Price.
Steve Fabish is so obsessed with Holden he started a museum.
Service pledge hangs in the balance.
The Tesla boss has a knack for getting headlines.
The Dailmler boss says there are no quick fixes to the company's woes.
Elon Musk's prediction about the "short-burn of the century" is starting to look accurate.
New York Times: Engineers are crafting sounds that will define the highways of the future.
Daniel Buckley has made the move to the used car industry.
Crashes of vehicles without warrants or certificates of Fitness is rising.
New York Times: Advances in technology up front have been slow to jump to the back seat.