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Australian authorities are investigating a company for allegedly stealing investor's money by promising to buy Tesla stock and not following through. The equivalent of over $1.78 million might have been lost by people across the country.
A former managing director of Fiat Chrysler Australia is accused of misappropriating the equivalent of $23.1 million. He bought yachts, held lavish Christmas parties, and supported friends' businesses.
HiLux is one Toyota's top-selling nameplates and the most popular in Australia. The truck has just been replaced with an all-new, eighth-generation model that's tougher, more capable, safer, and more comfortable than the model it replaces.
Australia and New Zealand will get to experience some of America's big pickups starting in October when exports of the Ram 2500 and 3500 from the US will begin there. The local importer will convert them to right-hand drive before they go on sale.
After losing three court rulings, the Sauber F1 team is going to have to put its former test driver Giedo van der Garde in the cockpit at the upcoming Australian Grand Prix - and likely for the rest of the season.
Lexus may not be ready just yet to enter Australia's highly competitive V8 Supercars series, but it appears to be paving the way this year by providing an RC F to act as a safety car, an IS 350 F Sport as a medical car and a GS 350 F Sport as a support vehicle.
Australia Day, the country's national holiday, is the perfect time to celebrate two of the country's less traditional V8 muscle machines. Watch as a Holden Commodore SS V Redline Sportwagon and Ute SS smoke their tires to race around a skid pad and haul a barbecue set.
Two years ago, the Guinness World Record for the world's largest burnout was set at the Summernats, an Australian festival of horsepower and smoke in the nation's capital, Canberra. The record was broken on New Year's Day this year, by the ladies and gentlemen of Summernats, who raised the certified world record to 103 cars.
Subaru's 3.6-liter flat-six engine might not be long for this world, at least in some markets. According to one of the company's engineers, the Japanese brand may drop the mill from its models in favor of a focus on the 2.0-liter turbocharged flat-four.