The zombies are coming, sooner or later. And that got us wondering what car we’d want to escape the zombie apocalypse…
The Infiniti QX30 “premium active crossover” has made a simultaneous global debut at the LA and Guangzhou international motor shows.
Parenting. Most car enthusiasts are keen for their kids to get into cars from a young age, but there are limits… like letting a 16-year old loose on the Nürburgring.
Here’s our whilwhind tour of the 2015 tokyo motor Show, from the mainstream to the oddball and the stuff in between.
Poor quality car components can fail, and fail dangerously. The FCAI has come out swinging at fake wheels flooding into Australia.
Car companies have been rolling out performance brands for years, now we have the hyundai N performance arm…
The 2016 BMW M2 will get its global debut at the Detroit Motor Show in January, after which it will hit the street in search of Audi RS3s to fight.
The last few years have been big for 4×4 utes, and the rate of development shows no signs of slowing. What’s here now, and what’s on the way?
The Renault Alaskan concept has been revealed today with Renault admitting it would have a ‘global’ production version ready to roll in 2016.
The Mitsubishi Pajero is one of the best-known nameplates in all of motoringdom, but what’s it like to live with? Read our weekly reports on life with the 2015 Mitsubishi Pajero Exceed Di-D.
Jaguar Land Rover has decided to stretch production of the iconic Land Rover Defender beyond the end of this year and into early next year because of demand.
Traction control and electronic stability control (ESC) are related, but not the same and the terms are certainly not interchangeable. What they are Electronic Stability Control (ESC) – is a system to keep a vehicle going in the direction the driver wants it to go, which is usually on the
Plenty of YouTube videos prove that parking is not easy. Now cars can park themselves…but is the technology any Good? Self-parking systems are becoming more and more common now. Cars we’ve tested of late that can self park include top-end Mercedes to Hyundai SUVs to the example we’ll use, today,
Car manufacturers build their reputation on certain styles, designs and philosophies. Can they, should they, ever betray those principles? BMW has spent decades telling the world rear wheel drive is best. Now there’s the front-drive X1. Subaru is adamant all wheel drive is the way to go. Except for their
Technical Editor Robert Pepper peels back the metal to take a look at the 2015 Nissan NP300 Navara technical details and explain why Nissan has made some key changes.