Land Rover Classic has revealed the first of 10 Range Rover Reborn vehicles…
Alfa Romeo has revealed pricing and packaging for its new Giulia which will be available in showrooms across Australia from February 16th.
French oil company, Total, has committed to a network of electric vehicle charging stations across France.
The 2017 Holden Commodore range has been revealed boasting tweaked styling and enhanced technology options… some variants have been deleted.
HSV has launched its most-powerful car ever, the GTSR W1 which will be limited to just 300 units with a price tag of $170k… and it’s already sold out.
Toyota has announced it will close its Altona factory in October with production of Aurion, Camry Hybrid and Camry petrol to cease.
General Motors and Honda have announced they’ll work together on the production of hydrogen fuel cell systems.
Paris has announced its ‘Crit-Air’ program will see colour-coded stickers applied to diesel vehicles and ban some from entering the city.
The Skoda Kodiaq Sportline has been revealed, hot on the heels of the Kodiaq Scout… but its isn’t the high-performance RS version we’re waiting for.
The 2020 Ford Bronco, it’s been confirmed, will run the same Dana solid axles front and rear as the all-new Jeep Wrangler…
The Skoda Kodiaq Scout variant will debut at the Geneva Motor Show in March showing off the vehicle’s “off-road capabilities both visually and in terms of technology”.
Following the announcement by ANCAP yesterday that the Ford Mustang had scored just two stars in crash testing, Euro NCAP has spoken out.
The Monte Carlo Rally saw the return of a factory-backed Citroen team… and all-new cars which revealed themselves to have been hastily developed.
The all-new Ford Mustang is one of the best-selling cars on the market yet in shock news released today has scored a shocking 2-star ANCAP rating.
The Renault Trafic Crew variant has been added to the local line-up offering improved functionality and comfort.