Ford has launched a Wildtrak-based special edition in the form of the Ford Ranger Thunder.
VW has launched a special edition of its 7th generation Golf as a final hurrah before the introduction of the Golf 8.
Hyundai has introduced a Venue Limited Edition with two-tone colour treatment and an upgraded interior.
Volkswagen launched the T-Roc during level 3 lockdown. This is its fifth SUV model, which includes the T-Cross, Tiguan, Allspace and the Touareg.
Suzuki Auto was one of the first brands to launch virtually, and its S-Presso has already become its top-selling model.
Kia increased its Seltos product offering from four to seven models with the addition of three diesel derivatives.
Normally, the dual purpose nature of an SUV (sport utility vehicle) refers to its ability to go both on and off road, but the recent launches by Maserati and BMW and other models on offer by Porsche, Lamborghini, Mercedes-Benz, Audi, Jaguar, Jeep, Bentley, Alfa Romeo and Aston Martin have added the ability to go really fast to that description.
With the addition of the Audi A6 45 TDI quattro tiptronic to the current A6 range, the upgrade in business class is completed, says Audi.
Toyota launched two styling packages in the Fortuner in April – the Fortuner Epic and Fortuner Epic Black, both with the company’s 2.8 litre GD-6 turbodiesel engine.
Suzuki has upgraded the Ignis approximately three years after it was first launched.
The seven-seat Mahindra TUV300 recently received its mid-life facelift. The updated version now boasts a new front-end design and redesigned rear light cluster and rear spare wheel holder.
This is the twelfth iteration of Toyota’s top seller and the first in many generations to be imported to South Africa.
Three Ford ranges received upgrades, and new models were added to the existing ones.