Both the Jaguar F-Pace and some variants of the Kia Stinger have scored a five-star ANCAP rating.
NEVS purchased Saab after its demise in 2012 and is now planning a rebirth of the Saab 9-3 but as a full electric vehicle with a 297km range.
A Tesla Model S Shooting Brake has been teased with plans for the limited-run variant to be revealed in March 2018.
The 2018 Jeep Compass goes on-sale this month in Australia with prices starting at $28,850+ORC.
The world’s most-powerful ever V8 SUV, the Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk is on-sale now from $134,900+ORC.
The all-new 2018 Holden Commodore will go on-sale in late February 2018 from $35,990 driveaway and tops out at $53,990+ORC for the Calais-V Tourer V6 AWD.
The Jaguar F-Type four-cylinder has arrived Down Under with pricing starting from $107,012+ORC for the entry-level sports car.
The 2019 Toyota Aurion has been teased boasting a bolder look… it will be revealed in full at the Detroit Motor Show in January.
The updated 2018 Mahindra PikUp has been launched boasting a tweaked exterior, interior and engine.
Clarkson, Hammond and May are back with a tweaked format of their Amazon Prime motoring show, The Grand Tour. Here’s our review of the first episode.
Both the Hyundai Kona and Holden Equinox scored five start ANCAP ratings in score released today, with the MG ZS falling short.
With HSV and Holden committing to a relaunch of the Chevrolet brand in Australia, the Chevrolet Camaro 2SS might be the kick-start the brand needs.
HSV has announced it will convert the LHD Chevrolet Silverado into RHD for Australia, pitting the big Yank ute against the Dodge Ram and Ford F-Truck.
The first of a new type of HSV tweaked vehicle (Maloo notwithstanding), the Colorado SportsCat was revealed today boasting ride and handling tweaks and cosmetic enhancements.
With the Commodore gone, HSV will turn its attention to fettling a range of GM product, “bringing a whole new breed of vehicles to customers,” HSV and Holden announced.