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Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale debuts at festival of speed 
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Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale debuts at festival of speed 

This year, the Goodwood Festival of Speed featured Alfa Romeo, with the debut of the Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale at a public international event other than in Italy. In addition, only a few days after its dynamic debut to the international press, the Alfa Romeo Junior was on show in a section exclusively dedicated to...

US unveils US$1.7 bn boost to EV manufacturing
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US unveils US$1.7 bn boost to EV manufacturing

WASHINGTON – US president Joe Biden’s administration will be issuing US$1.7 billion in grants to help expand or revive auto facilities for making electric vehicles (EVs) and parts — including in election battlegrounds Michigan and Georgia. The funds will go towards converting 11 shuttered or at-risk facilities in eight states, covering another battleground, Pennsylvania, and...

New CitroÎn C3 Aircross SUV is simply more
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New CitroÎn C3 Aircross SUV is simply more

The new Citroën C3 Aircross SUV follows the exciting new C3 as the second model for the African market on the C-Cubed programme. Offering bold SUV versatility with muscular design and a class-leading drivetrain, the C3 Aircross represents excellent value in the segment. It’s simply clever, comfortable and cool!   Although no local Citroën dealer currently exists after...

Jac’s x200 cuts operational costs for any business
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Jac’s x200 cuts operational costs for any business

JAC Motors’ ultimate flatbed workhorse, the X200, is an ideal addition to any business, big or small. What’s more is that the double-cab configuration of the X200 is now available in Namibia offering high reliability design as well as a great warranty, seven-year/200 000km warranty, for a commercial vehicle. The 1.3-tonne forward-cab double-cab boasts a...

Fresh new Hyundai i20 hits African roads
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Fresh new Hyundai i20 hits African roads

Hyundai’s new i20 has hit the roads in southern Africa with a refreshed, stylish design that is part of a well-rounded motoring package in the segment for hatchbacks.  The new i20 announces itself in three specification and trim levels, and a mix of three engines and three transmissions that gives customers a range of options...

Audi SA invests N$50 million into charging network 
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Audi SA invests N$50 million into charging network 

Marking the third wave of investment into public charging infrastructure, Audi South Africa is playing a major role in continuing to prepare South Africa for a future of widescale electric mobility. Following extensive investments in 2022 and 2023 – during which time Audi and its strategic partners GridCars and Rubicon added more than 120 DC...

Peugeot’s Landtrek roar scares competition
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Peugeot’s Landtrek roar scares competition

Owning a bakkie in Namibia is an emotional endeavour. This is because, for many Namibians, a bakkie is more often than not used to put bread on the table as it is utilised either as a farming workhorse or a reliable cargo and people carrier to tow and load goods for big and small businesses. ...

JAC Motors Namibia extends service intervals 
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JAC Motors Namibia extends service intervals 

JAC Motors Namibia has extended the service intervals of the T9 and T8 line-ups, featuring 2.0L turbo-diesel engines. This extension aims to enhance customer convenience, and elevate the overall ownership experience. The extension was yesterday confirmed to Woema by sales manager of JAC Motors Namibia, Karl-Heinz Eisenberg. He added that JAC Motors Namibia now uses...

Hyundai IONIQ sets EV crossover record at Pikes Peak 
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Hyundai IONIQ sets EV crossover record at Pikes Peak 

Hyundai Motor Company’s IONIQ 5 N models successfully completed the Broadmoor Pikes Peak International Hill Climb (PPIHC) in Colorado in the United States of America at the end of June, setting a record for the Electric Modified and Production SUV/Crossover categories. Hyundai Motor competed in this year’s Hill Climb with two IONIQ 5 N TA (Time...