Many happy returns Porsche celebrated its 70th anniversary at various events around the world last weekend, including at Kyalami in SA. Local owners and enthusiasts gathered in droves at the circuit which saw a vast number of iconic Stuttgart models on display, including a replica of the very first Porsche, the famous 356 No1. Surprisingly, Porsche did not use the anniversary celebrations to reveal the next generation of its 911 though, instead choosing to pull the covers off the Speedster Concept, which should be the swan song for the current generation. The company says that the concept forges a link to the original No1 from 1948 and is being considered for production in 2019. The concept has been developed by the Porsche Motorsport Centre and develops around 373kW. Renegade makeover

Fiat Chrysler Group used the recent Turin motor show to reveal the next generation of its Jeep Renegade model, which is likely to only arrive in SA early in 2019. The second generation gets smal...

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