We’re sorry that this episode’s a smidge late, however, better late than never!
This week we kick off with news about rumoured engine updates for the next Toyota GT86 / Subaru BRZ, that they will get the FA24 2.4L Subaru Boxer engine, however, that they won’t get a turbocharger.
Matt then gets us talking about the renders that have been released for the Toyota Hilux facelift, and a bit about the hybridisation of the to-be 300 Series Landcruiser.
Mitch then has news about Holden having less than 3,400 vehicles left after buyers going nuts over the sizeable discounts on Holden vehicles.
We then talk about product placement in movies and television shows.
Ford has officially killed off the next-gen Focus RS due to the difficulties making it emissions legal for the European market, which gets us talking about how idiots shouldn’t be allowed to drive proper cars, and Mitch solves international conflict.
Mitch then talks about the new Mercedes AMG A45 S, which causes a wee bit of an argument.
Joseph then talks about Porsche offering Apple Car Play compatible infotainment units for ‘classic’ Porsche 911’s.
Matt then talks about Lexus killing off the Lexus GS, and we talk about why you would want to upgrade to a Lexus from a well-specced Camry.
We then actually talk about what beverages we’re enjoying this week, just to mix things up.
We then talk about the current-gen Mustang winning sportscar of the year.
Then we talk about Nissan officially pulling out of Supercars, and General Motors pulling out, only leaving Ford in the game, so we’ll see how this turns out, but it doesn’t look good for Supercars, and Mclaren shareholders propping up the mark.
We then end on a quick game of The Cool Wall.