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Jamie Oliver's 'ultimate' Land Rover, Hamilton's phone 'hacked'... Your Monday motoring wrap

2017-10-09 19:58

Rouel van Nelson

"I GOT YOU LEWIS!" Japanese Grand Prix winner Lewis Hamilton takes a selfie with Daniel Ricciardo on the podium at Suzuka. Image: AFP / Behrouz Mehri

Cape Town  - From Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo raiding Lewis Hamilton's phone, to the BMW 740e driving impression, here is a wrap of all the top stories we did today.

The Citroen, Chevrolet question

'Fundamentally good cars, at bargain prices, with the promise of support... but are exiting brands worth the hazard?' asks Lance Branquinho as he weighs-up the pros and cons of buying a Citroen or Chevrolet in South Africa.

Chrysler and Dodge will no longer be available in South Africa. Despite the exit of these brands, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) has planned a new local model offensive.

'In 740e guise, this 7 Series is not just your ordinary, run-off-the-mill Beemer with a large engine,' writes Wheels24's Charlen Raymond as he tests the new BMW 740e.

Story wrap:

5. Chrysler, Dodge will 'no longer be available' in SA

4. Buying a Citroën or Chevrolet: Is it worth the risk in SA?

3. Is that a toaster in the centre console? Jamie Oliver’s epic Discovery 'kitchen on wheels'

2. Ricciardo hacks Lewis' Instagram account... Top 5 moments of the Japanese GP

1. Review: BMW 740e is electric luxury in motion

Special Mention

Hilarity ensues as Daniel Ricciardo 'hacks' Lewis Hamilton's Instagram


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