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Australia’s new-car industry has closed out the financial year with its eight consecutive month of growth, however supply shortages may have throttled what was expected to be a huge June
New-car sales in Australia continue to grow as the industry sees its second-largest May on record.
17 May 2021: Kia Australia has issued a recall for 57,851 examples of its Sportage medium SUV and Stinger sports sedan due to an electrical fault which may result in fire
10 May 2021: Electric vehicles comprised more than one in every 11 new passenger, SUV and light commercial cars sold during a record-breaking April.
5 May 2021: Australia’s new-car market has seen its biggest April in recorded history, with speculation the increased growth could see out the financial year.
5 May 2021: The 2021 Mazda MX-30 Electric enters Australian showrooms in August, becoming the Japanese brand’s first all-electric model offering.
29 April 2021: The 2021 Nissan Leaf range gets a new flagship trim, boasting a higher capacity battery pack, more power and bi-directional charging.
14 April 2021: Australian new-car sales figures for March 2021 show a return to normalcy for the industry, however the biggest shock might be the huge uptake of electric cars.
8 April 2021: New-car sales in Australia increased in March 2021, marking the fifth consecutive month of growth and recovery for the industry following a COVID-induced sales slump.
31 March 2021: Mazda Australia has confirmed local pricing and specs for its 2021 MX-30 M Hybrid range before going on sale next month, with an all-electric variant due to join showrooms later this year.
Light has been shed on the 2022 BMW iX large electric SUV before the model’s Australian debut towards the end of the year.
10 March 2021: Despite the challenges 2020 presented, Australia's adoption of electric vehicles grew healthily over the year. We take a look at what new electric cars will be available in Australia in 2021.
9 March 2021: The Australian arm of the luxury Korean carmaker has confirmed specification for the 2021 GV70, its first medium SUV offering, before the model arrives in the coming months.
2 March 2021: Melbourne-based startup Relectrify will give second-hand electric vehicle (EV) batteries a new lease on life with its ‘ReVolve’ battery energy storage system (BESS), supported by a $1.49m injection from the Australian Government.
See the latest in electric vehicles in Australia