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Tung Nguyen

Tung Nguyen

News Editor

Having studied journalism at Monash University, Tung started his motoring journalism career more than a decade ago at established publications like Carsales and Wheels magazine.

Since then, he has risen through the ranks at GoAuto to Managing Editor before joining the CarsGuide team in 2019 as the newly-appointed News Editor.

Since starting at CarsGuide, Tung has spearheaded the push for well-researched and unique stories that will shines a light on the automotive industry for new-car-buying intenders, who might struggle to keep up to date with the fast-paced environment of motoring.

The last few years alone have seen an explosion of interest in electric cars, as well as a push for autonomous driving, and as News Editor, it is Tung’s job to stay abreast of all the latest and deliver stories worthy of CarsGuide growing audience.

With most of the production delays from the semi-conductor shortage and COVID-related shutdowns now largely in the rearview mirror, 2024 is set to be a bumper year for new-vehicle activity. Electric vehicles are also now well and truly established in Australia, with more and more brands coming with...Read more
Love or hate them, electric cars are the future of personal transportation - just look at how many new EVs will be made available in Australia in 2024! From tiny tailpipe-emissions-free hot hatches all the way up to full-sized electric vans , the EV market is charging forward with more variety and...Read more
The sale of hybrid electric vehicles continues to climb as automakers prepare to phase out vehicles powered solely by internal-combustion engines and buyers around the world embrace more efficient, eco-friendly options. Research by JP Morgan suggests that by 2025 hybrid cars will represent a...Read more

The automotive industry is in a period of such rapid change that the...Read more

The 2024 CX-90 presents very well and is loaded with equipment – as I’ve already established – but as the largest non-commercial model in Mazda Australia’s current line-up, does it also live up to the brand’s driver-focused ethos? Conventional wisdom would say no, this is a large, three-row SUV...Read more

Honda Japan has a new entry-level SUV in its line-up in the form of the...Read more

The Optiq could be Cadillac Australia’s next all-electric model...Read more

The rotary engine has largely fallen out of favour with many car brands...Read more

Isuzu is open to building its own flagship D-Max ute to take on the...Read more

Mazda is taking a 'wait and see' approach to electric cars as it...Read more

Isuzu Trucks Australia’s incoming new-generation N Series light truck...Read more

Suzuki, known for its lightweight and efficient platforms, wants to...Read more

Mazda has conceded its new CX-60 mid-size SUV features a sub-optimal...Read more

Isuzu Ute Australia is doing a lot with a little, managing to be a top-...Read more

Polestar has called dibs on November 9 as the day to celebrate itself,...Read more

Mitsubishi's upcoming Triton ute will feature a strong Australian...Read more

Mazda's move to develop large displacement six-cylinder engines might...Read more

Isuzu believes battery-swapping stations could be the key to mass-...Read more

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