Incoming: New cars to look forward to this October and November

We list the new releases landing by November, and shine a spotlight on a few standouts

Incoming: New cars to look forward to this October and November

All cars releasing October - November

  • Audi Q7 e-tron
  • Audi Q2 2.0TFSI quattro
  • BMW M4 CS
  • BMW M3/M4 Pure
  • BMW 3 Series update
  • BMW 6 Series GT
  • BMW X3
  • Citroen C3
  • Ford Focus RS Limited Edition
  • Honda Civic Type R
  • Holden Astra Sportwagon
  • Hyundai Kona
  • Hyundai Ioniq hybrid
  • Hyundai Sonata facelift
  • Jaguar F-Type
  • Kia Sorento facelift
  • Mercedes-Benz E-Class Cabriolet
  • Mercedes-Benz GLC350d
  • Mercedes-Benz C-Class C300
  • Mercedes-Benz AMG GT S update
  • Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG
  • Peugeot 308 facelift
  • Skoda Octavia RS245
  • Volkswagen Arteon
  • Golf R Wagon Wolfsburg
  • Volvo XC60


The most extreme member of the regular BMW M4 range will be priced at $211,610 when it arrives this month, making it $56,700 costlier than the existing M4 Competition.

The extra spend brings a 7kW/50Nm hike for total outputs of 338kW/600Nm, plus a 35kg weight saving, CS aero package and stickier Michelin tyres on staggered alloys with a unique design.

Pure versions of the existing M3/M4 also arrive in October, sporting less equipment and smaller pricetags.

Incoming Bmw M 4 Cs Jpg

Volkswagen Arteon

The fancy-named replacement for the Volkswagen CC – VW’s former four-door coupe contender – comes to Australia as a single richly equipped flagship model, the Golf R-engined 206TSI R-Line. Expect pricing to nudge $65K.

Incoming Vw Arteon Jpg

Mercedes-AMG GT R

The flagship of Mercedes-AMG’s line-up (and current Bathurst production-car lap record-holder) will wear a $348,711 price tag to go with its 430kW/700Nm twin-turbo V8.

Incoming Amg Gt R Jpg


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