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Crack open an ice cold beer and join Mitch, Matt, and Joseph as we drink beer and talk about cars. New episodes drop every Monday! www.gearsandbeersmedia.com

    The Subaru Effect

    The Subaru Effect

    We are back for episode 197! We kick off with a bit of bollocks, and talk about the Audi R8 being killed off in Australia due to changes in emissions regulations, but weirdly, the Lamborghini Huracan remains, and ADR-85 becomes a mandatory requirement for new vheicles sold in Australia.

    Joseph then talks about the Hyundai Staria people mover, which, we all actually think its pretty sick, and Mitch rants about indicator positioning on the Hyundai Kona rear indicator, and the Hyundai Ioniq.

    Mitch then talks about Porsche commiting to maintiang petrol power in the 911, and hybrid and zero-emission variants of the 718 Cayman/Boxter are rumoured to be coming in the not too distant future. Then we talk about the visual monstrosity that is the 2022 Subaru WRX which is coming to Australia mid-2022 and will be offered with a 6-speed manual and a CVT (if you hate yourself).

    We then go on about Volkswagen's excessive and unnecessary range offered in Australia, and their million different sizes of SUV offered.

    And we talk about old Hondas for a bit, and ask what hot hatch we'd pick.

    We then end on Car Wold Cup.

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    • 1 hr 16 min
    Use Your Peripherals

    Use Your Peripherals

    We are back for episode 196!

    This week Joseph kicks off with the news, and the first piece of news is Tesla claiming the Nurburgring Lap Record for Electric Vehicles with a 7m30s lap at an average of 166kph, and Italy wants an exemption from the E.U. for incoming electric car laws for supercar manufacturers.

    We then have pricing news about the 2022 Subary BRZ (for the Australian market), but initally only 500 cars will be coming in the first batch.

    We then take a couple questions from a listener.

    Joseph then talks about Formula 1 at Monza.

    Matt then does a shoutout for a new Australian YouTube channel, ReDriven, and then we go through their Top 5 underrated performance cars.

    Mitch then talks about what he's done to his cars this week, for both the Prado and the Integra.

    Joseph then talks about the work he's done to his GT86.

    We then answer some questions that we didn't know we missed - Sorry lads.

    Then we end on the Car World Cup.

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    • 1 hr 15 min
    An Irishman Having A Stroke

    An Irishman Having A Stroke

    Hey, look at that, this episode is up on the right day! Fancy that.

    There's some actual automotive news this week, which is a nice change of pace, and is very welcome.

    We kick off the news with the new Toyota GazooRacing 86, the naturally aspirated FA24 powered successor to the wonderful GT86.

    We then talk about the new "400" Zed, with a 400hp twin-turbo V6, designed to tackle the MkV Supra with a proper 6-speed manual, and Barra-swapped Mustangs, then Matt makes one of his biggest takes by arguing that the General Motors LS-engine is the best engine of all time.

    We then talk about the new Aventador-based 6.5L V12 with electric-assist 803hp Lamborghini Countach, which we all very much like.

    We briefly then talk about Honda/Acura teasing a new Integra for 2022, but we don't know anything about it yet, and then we talk about the Land Rover Defender getting a big whomping V8 which will be coming to Australia.... If you have f#ck you money at $210,000 AUD.

    We then end on the Car World Cup, and in this week, we're in France.

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    • 1 hr 2 min
    We're Not Family Friendly Content

    We're Not Family Friendly Content

    Due to a major PC fault, this episode was extremely delayed due to not being able to edit the episode.

    Mitch kicks off the news with the 2022 BMW 2 Series being leaked online, and it's an interesting looking thing, then Matt gets us playing a mini game of Would You Rather with Porsche Boxters, and GT86's, which is entirely unusual for us to talk about 86's.

    We then talk about how in the world Joseph daily's his GT86 racecar, and then we talk about Silvias, and the exciting world of car insurance.

    Mitch then talks about getting booked for speeding after leaving Joseph's house after recording a podcast a few weeks ago, and then we reminisce over car related memories from our youth.

    Josepth then talks about Dodge news; Dodge has announced the first ever electric muscle car which will be blessed with the original Dodge logo, and the Hyunda i20N has been delayed until Octovber and will be priced from $32,990 before on roads.

    Mitch then talks about his self-healing wheel bearing after going through a water crossing in the Prado, and Joseph talks about his new genuine Rota's to put on his GT86 for daily driving duties and the tyres he's considering to throw on them, and Matt talks about gouging a hole in one of the tyres on his LandCruiser 105, and then we talk about taxes.

    We then end on the Car World Cup.

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    • 1 hr 16 min
    Wasabi Cars

    Wasabi Cars

    Mitch is away for this episode, so it's just Matt, Joseph and Joel.

    The boys talk a bit about a LandCruiser 300 transport vehicle crashing and destroying the first lot od 300 delivery vehicles.

    Matt then talks about new vehicles coming, and an R34 GTR breaking a sales record of $415,000 AUD.

    Matt then talks about a recent offroading trip he took, where he learned that the DMAX is actually a pretty crap vehicle off road.

    Matt then kicks off the games with the 'Simon Special', before the boys move onto 'What Have You Done To Your Car This Week?'.

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    • 1 hr 2 min
    Lotta Money for a Shopping Cart

    Lotta Money for a Shopping Cart

    Yeah, sorry it's been a month, our bad.

    Mitch kicks off the news with Ford America looking at adding "pop-up" style advertisements on in-car displays, then Mitch talks about Lamborghini beginning to phase out internal combustion engines entirely by 2030, and that Jeep Australia wins the case to block Mahindra from selling the Jeep-looking Thar in Australia

    Joseph then talks about the Hyundai i30N getting a facelift, and a very very slight performance boost, but now sells for $45,000, and then Joseph talks about the new Ford Maverick small-sized "Pick-Up".

    Mitch then talks about the 2022 Subaru BRZ being due in Australian showrooms in December this year, and that the 79 Series LandCruiser will continue to have the V8 diesel for the time being, which is awesome.

    We then talk about Toyota's GR 300 Series LandCruiser, GR Yaris, and GR Corolla, and the next LandCruiser Prado due in November 2022 and will feature a hybrid powertrain.

    We then talk about what we've done to our cars this week, before moving onto the Car World Cup; Italy.

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    • 1 hr 15 min

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