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Be in the know and look up when your next new car is being launched with GoAuto's New Car Diary, a comprehensive listing of all future model release dates in Australia.

New car diary for November 2018

Make: Skoda

Model: Fabia

Released: Nov 2018

Czech manufacturer Skoda has given its Fabia range a mild facelift, with exterior styling tweaks and updated interior technology.

read more about the Skoda Fabia

Make: Porsche

Model: 911 - GT3 RS

Released: Nov 2018

Porsche’s most powerful naturally-aspirated sportscar, the new 911 GT3 RS, will hit Australian showrooms in the fourth quarter of 2018, priced from $416,500 before on-road costs.

read more about the Porsche 911

Make: Hyundai

Model: IONIQ

Released: Nov 2018

Hyundai’s Ioniq will come to Australia in all three electrified variants; a standard hybrid, plug-in and all-electric.

read more about the Hyundai IONIQ

Make: BMW

Model: X5

Released: Nov 2018

BMW's all-new fourth-generation X5 large SUV sports a new exterior, larger dimensions and a host of features to enhance on-road comfort, safety and off-road capability.
The new X5 also brings a number of features never before seen on a BMW SUV, such as two-axle air suspension and integral active steering.
read more about the BMW X5

Make: Audi

Model: A7

Released: Nov 2018

The second-generation Audi A7 is set for a local release in 2018, bringing a new look that was previewed by the A8 sedan.

read more about the Audi A7

Make: BMW

Model: 2 Series - M2 Competition

Released: Nov 2018

BMW's mind-bending M2 Competition will launch in November, replacing the standard M2 from the range.
read more about the BMW 2 Series

Make: BMW

Model: 5 Series - M5 Competition

Released: Nov 2018

The M5 Competition will be released alongside the M2 Competition in November, sporting a significant boost to both engine and chassis performance over the standard model.
read more about the BMW 5 Series

Make: Maserati

Model: Levante

Released: Nov 2018

Maserati will drop its point of entry with a new Levante variant, lowering the pricetag to $125,000 plus on-road costs. The Levante 350 uses the Ferrari-built twin-turbo 3.0-litre V6 from the Levante S, with outputs dialled down from 316kW/580Nm to 257kW/500Nm.
read more about the Maserati Levante

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