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The facelifted 2021 Hyundai Santa Fe has been launched in Australia where it will be sold in four trim levels.

The entry-level Santa Fe is priced from AU$44,700 (US$33,630) and offered with Hyundai’s 3.6-liter petrol V6 that produces 268 hp and 244 lb-ft (332 Nm) of torque, as well as the firm’s 2.2-liter CRDi diesel with 198 hp and 324 lb-ft (440 Nm) of torque. The petrol engine is paired with an eight-speed automatic while the diesel with an eight-speed dual-clutch ‘box. Pricing for the diesel starts at AU$48,200 (US$36,264)

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One step up in the range takes customers to the Santa Fe Active, also available in petrol and diesel forms with prices starting at AU$48,300 (US$36,339) for the former and AU$51,800 (US$38,972) for the latter. Further up is the Elite, which starts at AU$54,300 (US$40,853) and AU$57,800 (US$43,486) for the petrol and diesel models respectively, while the range-topping Highlander is available from AU$61,700 (petrol) and AU$65,200 (diesel).

Key features of the entry-level model include an 8.0-inch infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, a rear view camera, rear parking distance warning system, tire pressure monitoring system, and a suite of SmartSense technologies including Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist with Junction Turning, Driver Attention Warning and Blind-Spot Collision Avoidance-Assist. By comparison, the flagship Highlander is equipped with a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster, 10.25-inch infotainment system, a Harmon Kardon audio system, Nappa leather, heated and ventilated seats, and other upgrades.

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You may have heard by now that Bronco production has been delayed as a result of pandemic-related production shortages. Well, if you put your money down for one, Ford wants to say sorry and is offering $100 to thank you for your patience.

Well, we should really say a $100 value, because the money comes in the form of FordPass Rewards Points and is in addition to $200 already being offered to Bronco buyers.

The FordPass Rewards Point apology was found in a letter sent to Bronco buyers that was discovered by Torquenews. It outlines how every buyer is signed up to FordPass and earns 42,000 points upon receiving their vehicles.

Read Also: Bronco Launch Delayed Until Summer 2021 Over Supplier Issues

That’s what all Bronco buyers get, though. The ones who have been waiting for their Bronco will get another 20,000 points. That’s worth an extra $100, according to Ford, making the full 62,000 points worth $300.

What can you buy with FordPass Rewards Points? Well, you can use the points towards service, maintenance and accessories, of which there are a lot of for the Bronco. The program is still pretty young, though, and Ford said in the letter that it would be revealing more about it as deliveries of the Bronco start.

Production of the Bronco is now set to start in the summer – and rumors suggest that that means some deliveries on models that have already been ordered could, due to the delay, be pushed back into 2022, although nothing is official yet.

After it was set loose at the Hockenheim-GP circuiy last month with SportAuto’s Christian Gebhardt at the wheel, the 2021 BMW M5 CS was recently taken to the Lausitzring for another fast lap.

The YouTube channel now put Guido Naumann in the driver’s seat, and he managed to complete the course in 1:31.88, around one and a half seconds faster than the M5 Competition.

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According to FastestLaps, the new M5 CS was faster than the Porsche 911 (991) GT3, Audi R8 V10 Performance and Jaguar XE SV Project 8, which posted a 1:32.00, 1:32.11 and 1:32.15 respectively. The Mercedes-AMG GT 63 S was clocked at 1:32.32 and the Porsche Taycan Turbo S and BMW M8 Gran Coupe Competition crossed the finish line in 1:32.76 and 1:32.96.

The 2021 M5 CS couldn’t beat the Ferrari 812 Superfast, BMW M8 Competition and Porsche 911 (992) Turbo S, which completed the course in 1:31.67, 1:31.33 and 1:29.95 respectively. The Mercedes-AMG GT Black Series holds the unofficial record on the German track with a lap time of 1:25.23, followed by the Porsche 911 (991) GT2 RS (1:25.91) and Lamborghini Aventador SVJ (1:28.05).

Powered by a twin-turbo 4.4-liter V8, the M5 CS allegedly has 635 PS (626 HP / 467 kW) and 750 Nm (553 lb-ft) of torque. The engine drives the M-tuned all-wheel drive system through an eight-speed automatic transmission, and enables the sports saloon, which is estimated to weigh around 1,900 kg (4,190 lbs), to hit 100 km/h (62 mph) in approximately 3.0 seconds, 200 km/h (124 mph) in around 10.0 seconds, and reach a top speed of 305 km/h (190 mph).