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ABES Technoseal 3 Wankel Street, Jet Park, Boksburg, 1459, South Africa image
ACA Group (Pty) Ltd. P.O. Box 100, 7560 Brackenfell, Cape Town, South Africa image
Acoustex (Pty) Ltd. Bennett Street, Neave Township, Port Elizabeth, 6001, South Africa image
Adient - Pretoria Silverton 79 Waltloo Road, Samcor Park, Silverton 0184, Pretoria, South Africa image
Adient - Sandton 37 Thora Crescent P.O. Box 75 Sandton, Wynberg 2090, South Africa image
Adient - Uitenhage Charles Goodyear Street, Uitenhage 6229, South Africa image
ADVICS South Africa (Pty) Ltd. 15 Beechgate Crescent, Southgate Business Park, Moss Kolnik Drive, Umbogintwini, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa 4126 image
Aeroklas Duys (Pty) Ltd. South Africa image
ALC South Africa Automotive Supplier Park, No. 30 Helium Street, Rosslyn Ext. 2, Gauteng 0200, South Africa image
Alfred Teves Brake Systems (Pty) Ltd. Cnr. Kent & All Black Rds, Boksburg North, 1460 South Africa image
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Feb 23, 2024

On February 22, Honda introduced the 2024 Honda Elevate, SUV in South Africa. The new Elevate is designed and developed by Honda R&D Asia Pacific and manufactured by Honda Cars India Limited. The vehicle will be available for sale from February 23, 2024, with a starting price of ZAR 369,900.

The new Honda Elevate is equipped with Honda’s 1.5-litre DOHC i-VTEC gasoline engine, delivering a power output of 89kW at 6,600 rpm and 145Nm of torque at 4,300 rpm. The powertrain is used in combination with a 6-speed manual transmission for the comfort grade, and a continuously variable transmission (CVT) for the elegance grade.

The vehicle also features 8” touch-screen display audio, smart keyless entry with walk-away locking, rear parking sensors, a multi-angle reverse parking camera, and a suite of safety technologies.

Based on Honda South Africa press release

Feb 22, 2024

On February 21, GWM introduced the GWM TANK brand, with the launch of GWM Tank 300 in South Africa. The pricing of the vehicle starts from ZAR 725,950 for the gasoline variant, while the hybrid variant is priced at ZAR 851,950.

The GWM TANK 300 is built on a proprietary and strong ladder frame chassis. The vehicle is 4,760 mm long, 1,930mm wide, 1,903 mm high, and has a ground clearance of 224mm. The vehicle is available in two distinct drivetrain and power configurations, gasoline variants and the hybrid electric version. The vehicle comes with a new Tank logo consisting, of "T" and "U", which stands for Technology, and Trend positioning, and U stands for user (YOU) and United.

The gasoline models are equipped with a 2.0L Turbo gasoline engine with 8-speed automatic transmission delivering 162 kW of power at 5,500 rpm, and 380 Nm of torque between 1,800 to 3,600 rpm. Whereas the hybrid electric version comes with the same engine but with 9-speed automatic transmission delivering 255 kW of combined power, and 648 Nm of combined torque. 

Based on GWM South Africa press release and website

Feb 22, 2024

On February 21, the Government of South Africa, in Budget 2024, announced that to encourage the production of electric vehicles in South Africa, the government will introduce an investment allowance for new investments, beginning March 1, 2026.

This will allow producers to claim 150% of qualifying investment spending on electric and hydrogen-powered vehicles in the first year. The incentive will be implemented in addition to the existing support under the Automotive Production Development Program.

The government has also reprioritized ZAR 964 million over the medium term to support the transition to electric vehicles.

Based on press release from the Government of South Africa