You can stop snorting into your Earl Grey tea right now. The new C7 Corvette Z06 storms to 60mph (97km/h) in a face-altering 2.95 seconds.
Every new car sold in Australia is required to carry a sticker showing fuel consumption figures. What do they really mean, and how accurate are they?
The 2014 Formula One Japanese Grand Prix was stopped short on Sunday after Marussia’s Jules Bianchi had to be airlifted to hospital after crashing and suffering a head injury.
American tuning house, Hennessey has turned up the 2015 Ford Mustang to 717hp helping it get to 100km/h in less than four seconds. Meet the HPE700 Mustang.
Ssangyong revealed its XIV-Air and XIV-Adventure concepts in Paris which is expected to on-sale in Korea from early 2015.
TopGear’s Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and Jeremy Clarkson have been forced to flee Argentina after their convoy was attacked by Falklands War veterans.
Mazda is recalling a batch of 2.5L Mazda6 models because of a potential programming error that could see the fuel pump fail after i-Stop operation.
Toyota Australia has announced the release of the HiLux Black which is also available in, um, White as standard. Confusing.
The 1000hp JCB GT plans to set a Guiness Book of World Records speed record at the Supercheap Auto 1000 and officially become the world’s fastest earthmover.
While Australian new car sales for 2014 (year-to-date) are down by 2%, September new car sales, thanks to SUV sales, rose by 2.5% compared with September 2013.