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2019 Audi A4 gets subtle updates

2019 Audi A4 gets subtle updates

Walking into another model year, the 2019 Audi A4 sedan and Avant wagon get some discreet updates. The changes are just enough to give the fairly fresh design of the A4 some momentum as it moves on to another year.

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2019 Dodge Charger R/T and Hellcat gets updates

2019 Dodge Charger R/T and Hellcat gets updates

Hot in the wake of its crazy Coupe brother, the Challenger, the 2019 Dodge Charger gets a facelift as well. The new lineup starts from the base SXT to the mental Hellcat. The available variants include the SXT, GT, SXT AWD, R/T, R/T Scat Pack and the Hellcat. With the upgraded Scat Pack, there seems to be no mention of a specific Charger SRT model, so we assume it is continuing without changes.

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Long-term update: Our Honda S2000 gets a new roof, and a roof for its roof

Long-term update: Our Honda S2000 gets a new roof, and a roof for its roof

We haven’t been keeping up with updates on our 2007 Honda S2000 because we didn’t drive it much over the past 12 months (apparently less than 700 km as per the RTA inspection). But it had some major work done last year anyway, so the armchair accountants among you will surely be throwing the “cost per km” number at us as if it’s a taxi cab.

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Toyota's top sports cars before new Supra comes in 2019

Toyota’s top sports cars before new Supra comes in 2019

In the recent times, Toyota is a name that is synonymous with econoboxes and workhorse vehicles that can run for a million miles with no hassles whatsoever. But this boring existence of the iconic Japanese brand once had an exciting past. There were Toyotas that set the pulses of enthusiasts racing once they hear its name. Remember the scene in the original Fast and Furious movie in which the late Paul Walker shows up with a totaled Supra and his garage junkie/techie kid goes “2JZ? No s***!”. That’s the sort of respect these Japanese rockets got from the petrolhead lot in those early times.

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So we got a 2018 Ferrari GTC4 Lusso

So we got a 2018 Ferrari GTC4 Lusso

When the Ferrari FF first came out, it was a massive eyesore to many, while others embraced the “shooting brake” bodystyle concept with blind love. The car was a bit of a success for Ferrari though, so a second generation was introduced a couple of years ago, with a completely new name. The GTC4 Lusso improved on the FF’s looks, although it probably won’t convince detractors. We finally got to drive one a couple of months ago.

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