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…
Unique Falcon that took owner 10 years to build
This Ford Falcon XB Coupe has undergone a major makeover and its Western Australian owner 7.0 liter V8 And the AMG interior. Dubbed “Insane XB,” the owner spent almost a decade on the build that came with Chris Cross. Youtube channel. Read the full article here.
Toyota files class action lawsuit against allegations of cheating in diesel emissions
Toyota is the subject of a class action lawsuit over allegations that the company sold an estimated 500,000 diesel vehicles equipped with emissions cheating devices. You can read the full article here.
Most Popular Cars Registered in Major Australian Cities
A study by KPMG, a financial advisory group, revealed which cars are preferred by residents of Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane based on their zip code. Some results may surprise you. Check them out here.
Polestar big boss says recycling isn’t car company’s responsibility
Polestar CEO Thomas Ingenlath said car parts recycling shouldn’t be left to auto companies alone. Ingenlath seeks an industry standard in measuring the carbon footprint of manufacturing. You can read the full article here.
BYD’s Australian distributor supplies safety bulletins, delivery stop notices
Australian customers of the BYD Atto 3 electric car have been told not to install a child seat in the middle position of the rear seat as it violates Australian design rules. comes after drive reported that it had not yet been given a 5-star safety score.
An unsubscribe notice was subsequently issued on Friday. Read the latest story here.
These are the most read articles of the week. You can read all the automotive news covered by Drive in our news feed here.