The Holden Commodore dominates the list of Australia’s most stolen cars so far in 2014, closely followed by the Toyota Hilux.
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BMW will cut the number of MINI models from eight to five in the next few years, according to MINI boss Peter Schwarzenbauer.
Ssangyong Motor Company will call its new medium-sized SUV, Tivoli and it will go on-sale around the world from the middle of 2015.
Lexus Australia CEO Sean Hanley says an entry into V8 Supercars is “something we would consider” if eligibility rules were to change.
Chinese drivers Han Ye and Zhang Shengjun have set two Guinness World Records, for the tightest parallel park and donut drift around a car on two wheels.
Australian drivers have ranked ninth in a global survey of road rage, with more Australian drivers copping aggressive gestures than either Italian or German drivers.
Edd Cobley won the final round of the inaugural Defender Challenge, securing victory for Team Harford which just edged out the Race2Recovery team.
Virgin Racing’s Sam Bird wins second round of the Formula E Championship in Malaysia and dedicates his win to former teammate Jules Bianchi.
Lotus F1 Team and its technology partner EMC have set a new world record truck jump by jumping an F1 transporter over a moving Formula One race car.
The JCB GT, originally designed to perform high-speed wheelies, has been crowned by Guinness World Records as the world’s fastest digger with a quarter-mile speed of 116.82km/h.
US tuner, Hennessey, has announced it will offer three power upgrades for the 2015 Chevrolet Corvette ZO6 when it goes on-sale.
Porsche launched its Porsche GTS Routes app alongside its new 911 and Cayenne GTS models, the app allows you to share and rate your favorite driving roads.
Mazda has announced it will reveal its 2015 Mazda2 sedan to the world on November 28 at the Thailand International Motor Expo – on Mazda Australia’s wishlist.
Believed to be the vehicle that will replace the Ford Territory in 2016, Ford has revealed a China-market only seven-seat 2015 Ford Edge.