Automation raises some very tricky philosophical dilemmas, not least of which is the “trolley question”. The “trolley question” is simple ethics problem. You have a loaded trolley barrelling down a railway track. Ahead of the trolley are five people, tied to the rails. The trolley will strike and kill them.
Forget the supercars and the show girls, the most important car at the recent Paris Motor Show was Volkswagen’s I.D, our man in Blighty explains why…
Our new columnist, Jane Speechley tells us about her history with cars and why she bought a sports car.
Toyota New Zealand is importing ‘used’ Prius PHEVs from Japan… and they’re selling like hot cakes says our man from across the ditch.
Preparation, training, equipment and skills. If you don’t have them, this is what might happen. COULD THIS this have happened to you? As told to me by a now rather more experienced 4X4 owner: “We were staying at a farm with some friends. On Sunday we decided to drive into
Production of the Falcon ended last Friday but, as I write this, prior to the running of the Bathurst 1000 there were a bunch of Falcons inside the top 10…
Fewer manual cars are being sold every month, so can the 2016 Suzuki Baleno GL make a case for a manual transmission?
An article recently published on Crikey about the dangers of SUVs demands a rebuttal. Here is that rebuttal.
Parents all around the world teach their kids to drive, but are they making them better or worse drivers? Here’s my story
As automatics, DSGs and CVTs get smarter is there still a place for the manual gearbox in sportscars? We grabbed two WRXs, one manual and the other with a CVT, to find out.
The Goodwood Festival of Speed is the world’s premier classic car and motorsport event…and it includes a hillclimb. What’s a hillclimb? You might think it involves climbing a hill in a car, and you’d be right. Driver line up in their cars, one by one, and from a standing start attempt
In news that is not unexpected and will delight the show’s many fans, Chris Evans has officially stepped down from Top Gear.
Joshua Brown was a proud Tesla owner and keen technologist. He died in, but perhaps not quite behind the wheel of a Tesla. You only need to look at the size of the touchscreen in any Tesla product to know the company is all about pushing technological frontiers. Aside from
Last Sunday morning actor Anton Yelchin was killed in what appears to be a tragic accident, and one potentially linked to poor design…
At around $24,000 driveaway the Suzuki Swift Sport is about the least expensive way to get a new sportscar in your garage.