Audi and Airbus have been given the green light by the German Government to develop and begin testing flying vehicles around the Audi HQ in Ingolstadt.
The all-new 2019 Ford Focus with its Continuously Controlled Damping will be able to recognise and adjust to reduce the impact force of hitting a pothole.
The refreshed Qashqai arrived late last year with a delay on the local launch of the top-spec Qashqai Ti. It will be available from July 1 from $37,990+ORC.
The 2019 Volvo S60 has been revealed at the company’s first US-based factory in Charleston, South Carolina, along with confirmation the XC40 would be the brand’s first all-electric vehicle.
Hyundai and Audi have announced a partnership to jointly develop fuel-cell vehicles and “lead the automotive industry to a more sustainable future”.
The refreshed 2019 Kia Optima has been detailed with the Korean car maker dropping the price by up to $1200 but deleting features along the way.
Nissan has again opened the doors on its Nissan PlayStation GT Academy as it searches for the best virtual drivers to become actual racing car drivers.
The Brabham BT62 has completed its final round of dynamic testing in Australia ahead of its next round of testing in Europe.
2018 Ford Mustang Bullitt arriving in Australia in October priced from $73,688+ORC…700 available in first batch.
Honda Australia has announced the arrival of a ‘sporty’ RS grade for the HR-V as well as autonomous emergency braking standard across the entire refreshed HR-V range.
Images of the all-new 2019 Suzuki Jimny were revealed in Japan overnight with the local arm of the brand announcing the baby off-roader still isn’t confirmed for Australia.
Four-wheel drives generally have a longer model lifecycle than passenger cars, but some nameplates take this to the extreme…Here are the Top 5 Oldest Surviving 4×4 Nameplates still available on the Aussie new-car market.
The updated 2018 Ford Escape has been detailed ahead of its filtering into the local line-up, offering AEB as standard as well as Apple and Android connectivity.
From September, Australians will be able to purchase the more sporting Ford Escape ST-Line which will sit below the top-spec Titanium variant.
The Mazda CX-8 will be available in just two grades, Sport and Asaki and in both 2WD and AWD with pricing kicking off at $42,490+ORC.