E134: The Slurring’s Occurring

Sorry it’s late, but here’s episode 134!
This week, we recorded in Morwood’s new house, so we were set up on a 6-foot bi-fold table and some camp chairs.
This week, we have some news to talk about. We start off with a bit of news about Hyundai/Genesys’s GV80-based ute-pick-up thing, which will have a 3.0L straight-six turbo diesel that’s ‘architecturally similar to’ BMW’s engine.
Mitch then talks about a handful of car brands that have bucked the industry trend and have found growth in sales over the last year. Joseph then talks about Lamborghini’s 43% growth thanks to the Urus… Believe it or not.
Matt then has some news about Toyota lighting the Olympic torch for the Japan 2020 Olympics with a flying “car” quadcopter thing.
Joseph then talks about more rumours surrounding the Toyota GT86 gen2.
Mitch then briefly talks about Nissan reportedly putting a twin-turbo V6 in the next-gen Zed car.
Matt talks about Fisker making an SUV that reportedly will be an affordable electric SUV, before breaking into talking about the new 300 Series LandCruiser due out in a year or so. It will reportedly have a turbo-diesel V6 hybrid powerplant.
Matt then rattles off some quick-fire news, before talking some hot garbage, comparing Mitch’s 1993 Hilux to a modern Mitsubishi Triton and Isuzu MU-X, which forms into an argument about modern cars vs old cars.
This episode was filled with news and arguments. Next episode we play some games.

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