Third-generation 2015 Porsche Cayenne released offering more powerful and efficient engines with improved equipment levels. PORSCHE HAS RELEASED a sharper looking, more efficient and better equipped Cayenne SUV. Launching in five variants, the third-generation 2015 Porsche Cayenne can be had as: Cayenne S, Cayenne Turbo, Cayenne Diesel, Cayenne S Diesel
Skoda is set to launch a seven-seat SUV and a smaller Range Rover Evoque-rivalling SUV as it pushes towards 1.5 million sales by 2018.
Toyota updates the 86, tweaking the suspension and adding some cosmetic enhancements and bumping up the price of the GTS variant.
Volvo Cars is claiming the all-new XC90, to be fully revealed in August, will be one of the safest new cars on the road with a range of innovative safety systems.
A proposal to cancel roadworthy certificates by VicRoads has been slammed. Roadworthy certificates essential to safety, says VACC.
Ford recently announced power figures for the Mustang range. More importantly it took punters for passenger rides. And let them film it. Enjoy.
Europe gets the Fiat Panda Cross, but locally the chances of Australia getting it are slim. Shame. Would you buy one over a Subaru XV or Skoda Yeti?
All-new Skoda Fabia revealed showing design inspiration from the recent Vision C show car, suggestions Fabia RS will be dropped.
2015 Mazda2 revealed with Australian specs 24-hours after images of the new model were leaked online.
A Toyota Prius Hybrid has lapped the Nurburgring in Germany in 20min 59secs and used 0.404L/100km setting a new fuel consumption record.
Ford Australia teased a glimpse of the next and final Falcon last week via social media, but it’s the reveal of the resurrected Falcon XR8 on July 25 that we’re waiting for.
The Nissan Qashqai small SUV and Mercedes-Benz C-Class have been awarded a five-star ANCAP crash safety rating while Ssangyong Stavic received only a four-star rating.
According to international news agency, Reuters, Bugatti is rumoured to be building a hybrid successor to the Veyron Super Sport.
Jaguar Land Rover develops a virtual windscreen and gesture control to reduce driver distraction and offer a glimpse of the future of motoring.
Jaguar Land Rover is developing a self-learning car to personalise the driving experience and reduce driver distractions. Remind you of KITT?