Mitsubishi has announced price cuts and specification increases for its 2015 Lancer line-up with pricing starting from $18,990 (+ORC).
ANCAP has announced a new initiative to add datestamps to its ANCAP safety rating logos to signify the year in which the vehicle was rated.
Lexus has announced local pricing and specifications for its NX 300h SUV, with prices starting from $55,000 (+ORC) when it goes on-sale in October.
South Australia’s consumer watchdog, Consumer and Business Services (CBS), will crack down on unlicensed backyard car dealers over the next four months.
The clever and fuel-efficient Citroen CX 2000 this year celebrates turning 40, the successor to the innovative and beautiful Citroen DS.
Toyota is moving ahead with its fuel cell sedan plans, having been given approval in Japan to self-inspect high-pressure hydrogen fuel tanks.
The Dodge Challenger gets reimagined as an off-roader by Joey Ruiter. Meet the Dodge Challenger A/T Untamed Concept.
Audi Australia will recall 1240 models equipped with its 3.0-litre TDI turbo-diesel engine over potential brakes issues. Only 2012-model cars affected.
Jeep has added a turbo-diesel to the all-new Cherokee line-up (Limited Diesel) with pricing from $49,000 (+ORC).
The 2015 Kia Sorento has been revealed overnight in South Korea, ahead of its world debut at the Paris Motor Show in October.
Jaguar Cars director of design, Ian Callum has revealed his own take on the classic Jaguar Mark 2. It took 18 months to reengineer the classic Jaguar.
Ford has begun production of the all-new Mustang and to mark the occasion, Ford has teamed up with five fashion designers to craft a series of limited-edition T-shirts.
Bored of paper planes? Check out Toyota’s range of paper car kits – We’ve got the GT86, LandCruiser V8 and 70 Series LandCruiser for you to download.
General Motors and Russian partner, AvtoVAZ have unveiled the 2016 Chevrolet Niva at the 2014 Moscow Motor Show.
Suzuki has revealed official images of the new Vitara which makes its return after a 25-year absence, Australian sales expected to begin in 2015.