It’s Friday so it must be time to pop on the headphones, put off the rest of today’s work until Monday and watch our famous five videos on friday. Enjoy.
After driving the Subaru XV off-road last week I’ve been left wondering whether I should get some vinyl wrap to keep it safe from scratches. Welcome to week 6.
The Dodge Challenger Hellcat won’t make it to Australia, not officially anyway, but Fiat Chrysler New Zealand is investigating how it can get its hand on the 527kw/881Nm beast.
Shannons will put 26 cars across the block at its Winter Classic Auction, including a 1985 VK Commodore Group A SS sedan.
Ford Australia says its new SYNC2, next-generation, in-car technology features natural language recognition. Bonza…
The Koup’s turbocharged engine offers plenty of grunt and the chassis is flexible enough to make it a properly comfortable car with enough agility to have a bit of fun on a twisting road.
Nissan Australia has confirmed pricing for its all-new Pathfinder Hybrid which goes on-sale in September 2014 – Prices start from $42,990 (+ORC).
Would Land Rover have escaped a savaging if its Defender concept (the DC100) had looked more like the Ford Bronco concept from 2004?
Land Rover has revealed a glimpse of the interior of the new Discovery Sport which will be revealed in full on September 3 in London.
Skoda’s head designer talks about the new Skoda Fabia and why it heralds a new, more exciting period for the ‘functional’ car maker.
Jaguar announces clever in-car technology and safety systems to debut on the new Jaguar XE which makes its public debut on September 8 in London.
ARB has launched its next-generation Ascent canopy range designed for Mazda BT-50 and Ford Ranger dual-cab utes.
Attack The Dirt: The Road to Finke tells the story of trophy truck racing from the perspective of off-road racer, brad Gallard, as he prepares for the infamous Finke Desert Race.
A Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV has won its class in the gruelling Asia Cross Country Rally 2014, and finished 14th place overall out of 31 four-wheel entrants.
ANCAP awards Volkswagen Polo and Lexus CT200h and IS with 5 star safety rating, but is critical of key safety tech not being available on entry-level models.