E167: The Perfect Mullet

We’re back for episode 167! This week we actually have some car news to talk about, which is a nice change of pace given the year that 2020’s been.
Mitch then starts the news part of the pod with Nissan dropping photos of the ‘Z Proto’, and that Volkswagen is close to selling Bugatti to Croatian company Rimac in exchange for a bigger share of the company.
Matt then has news about a new special edition to the Ford Ranger, which comes with a 1″ lift from factory as 32″ tyres.
We then discuss at length the announcement from Toyota Australia the pricing for the GR Yaris, which is more expensive than we were all hoping ti would be, and Matt talks about the Foton F-Truck copy which we all really like, and Ford Australia confirming the Bronco will not be coming to Australia in any official capacity (we think maybe PerforMax might import and convert to RHD).
Matt then talks about Mitsubishi introducing a 10 year / 200,00Km warranty, which gets us talking about how awful ‘official’ service centres, and General Motors bringing the C8 Corvette to Australia by the end of the year under the ‘General Motors Special Vehicles’ brand (GMSV) and holy-balls it’s not cheap.
We then play a guess the car game with Matt, and Mitch talks about the progress on the #Shitegra, and Matt talks about his LandCruiser giving him a heart attack while driving home from a wedding.

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