Golf 8 game-changer en route to SA, Mitsubishi Mirage set for a comeback - Top motoring stories of the week

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With the VW Golf 8 set to make its way to South Africa next year, the popular hatchback will once again be aiming to make a huge impression in the market.

Local racers, professional or amateur, can try their hand at a new world championship go-karting track that has officially opened in Johannesburg.

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The Mitsubishi Mirage is making a comeback to the local market with hatchback and sedan versions set to make its way to South Africa.

Perhaps dominating the new model headlines this week was the unveiling of the Ford Mustang all-electric SUV. Gone is the growling V8 and in its place is a silent battery-operating powertrain.

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