Want to stay up to date in the world of automotive news? These are the most read stories of the past week.
Each week, we’ll bring you the latest, ‘water cooler’ information on what’s happening in cars and the automotive world, along with five of the most read articles we’ve ever covered. Here’s what you need to know…
Uncontrollable Toyota caught on drive recorder
Last week in Queensland a driver lost control and sent a Toyota HiLux into the air. It was all recorded on his drive recorder. Posted on Youtube channel dash cam owners australia, the video shows the disaster that unfolds after the Hilux attempts an overtake. Watch the video here.
Ford ends current Mustang orders
Order books for the popular 2022 Ford Mustang have been completely closed as the automaker has reached order capacity. The manufacturer is giving prospective buyers an edge for its next-gen model, which is expected to arrive in Australia in 2023. Check out the full story here.
Tesla Cybertruck spied on with styling tweaks
The latest prototype of Tesla’s long-awaited Cybertruck has been spotted. It’s reportedly not far from the electric car giant’s plant in Texas. The futuristic electric pickup has a large panel gap in the main section of the tailgate, adds a thin strip of LEDs and features a tweaked rear end.
Chinese car brands hit by ‘stop deliveries’ notices
The Australian distributor of BYD Atto 3 has issued a “stop delivery” notice for violating automotive compliance regulations related to the use of child seats in the middle rear seat.