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Arguably the most anticipated new model of 2019, Toyota’s reborn Supra sportscar is sure to ignite debate with its BMW underpinnings, but there is no denying that a rear-wheel-drive layout and an inline six-cylinder engine stick to its well-established formula.

New car diary for September 2019

Make: Peugeot

Model: 508

Released: Sep 2019

Peugeot is hoping to shake up the mid-size segment when it releases the second-generation 508 sedan and wagon. Packing style and technology in equal measure, it will play a key role in the French brand’s resurgence in Australia.

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Make: Volvo

Model: S60

Released: Sep 2019

Volvo’s third-generation S60 mid-size sedan will look to continue the Swedish brand’s recent run of strong releases. With diesel engines out and plug-in hybrid powertrains in, its environmental credentials are stronger than before.

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Make: Toyota

Model: Supra

Released: Sep 2019

Arguably the most anticipated new-model release of 2019, Toyota’s reborn Supra sportscar will arrive with high expectations. Now a mechanical cousin to BMW’s Z4, it continues the tradition of having an inline six-cylinder engine.

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Make: Hyundai

Model: Venue

Released: Sep 2019

With the Accent light car on the way out, Hyundai will have a new entry-level model in Australia, the Venue small SUV. Rocking bold exterior styling, it will look to make a splash in one of the most competitive – and fastest-growing – segments.

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Make: Hyundai

Model: Veloster

Released: Sep 2019

Hyundai’s unusual Veloster sportscar will return for round two when its second-generation model launches. However, performance enthusiasts shouldn’t get their hopes up as the full-fat N version is not expected to make it to Australia.

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