Long-legged Gran Turismo cars used to be the weapon of choice for a long-distance drive across the Continent… that’s all changed says Paul Horrell.
The new Holden Commodore which is also the Opel/Vauxhall Insignia and Buick Regal will be the country’s next Gen2 Supercar… what will challenge it?
Very few people in Australia have realised that by 2025 you won’t be able to drive a diesel car in Paris, Athens, Madrid or Mexico City…
Behind the clouds of dust and dirt, what’s really going on inside a world championship rally car during the heat of the race? Jane Speechley was lucky enough to get a glimpse.
You can change the way you look, and that goes for your car too.
A look back at the Supercars season before it ends this weekend… we’re expecting Shane van Gisbergen will take the title, but…
It wasn’t all that long ago that a car key was actually a key, that you could use to insert into a lock…
You learn a lot about a Toyota Camry Hybrid if the drive is six hours there and six hours back…
For just one-hour last Friday, New Zealand and Volvo were at the forefront of autonomous vehicle testing. Our Richard Bosselman went hands-free.
With what seems to be an ever-increasing array of choices in the new car market, how do you actually make a decision? Jane Speechley wants to talk about emotions
Take a look at any motor show in recent memory and you’ll notice that there are almost as many women as cars, sometimes more… why?
Mazda, BMW, Jaguar and others like to talk about the ‘perfect’ 50:50 weight distribution. You shouldn’t believe them.
Why has Prodrive taken its foot off the gas and left its title wide open for Triple Eight to steal?
Automotive advertising tends to sell the sizzle and not the steak… especially when it comes to European cars, says Richard Robertson.
German cars, Korean cars, Australian cars. You know what they are. Or do you? Is a car’s spiritual home the same as its actual country of manufacture? And which of those two matters more?