See the full article here. First published September 21, 2017. As we all work hard at celebrating the end of a big year and the start of a new one, we’re looking back on some favourites of 2017! They say, less is more...
So, you want some hot sauce with your BMW i3? It's called the i3s and it's got more juice, better handling and still looks cool – doesn't it?
Six generations on, and BMW's M Division has produced its finest sedan yet, the 2018 M5. A genuine tour de force in every respect.
A solid workhorse, with seven seats and a very comfortable ride.
We love the Honda Jazz for the unbelievable practicality that it brings to the segment, but at this price point, it doesn't make a lot of sense.
See the full article here. The third-generation BMW X3 has a deep-seated connection with Australia that most people won’t realise. It’s bold new look is the handy work of Aussie designer and all-round nice guy Calvin Luk, who also penned the current X1 and 1 Series facelift. Luk is a BMW fanboy from way back – from the very moment his parents bought an E36, and it’s been that way ever since...
See the full article here. Even in this industry, there are those most cherished of cars like Lexus’s ultra-exclusive Lexus LFA Supercar, which only a handful of journalists have ever driven. So, when the opportunity came around for Alborz to push a Lexus LFA around a private test facility for the very first time, miraculously, his schedule freed up and he was on a plane bound for Sydney...
See the full article here. Thundering into turn one at the deceptively named Bilster Berg Driving Resort, the 2017 AMG GT R is popping, crackling and snarling as I downshift under heavy braking before turning into the tight uphill hairpin. Following Mercedes-Benz racing legend Bernt Schneider at close quarters is illustrating two glaring points...
We had reservations about dropping a V8 into an Aston Martin DB11, but believe us, this is the better driver's car.
See the full article here. The all-new Kia Stinger isn’t the type of car you might expect from a manufacturer that’s forged its considerable success by building everyday, affordable cars and SUVs with plenty of kit, attractive designs, and a price and warranty package that more and more buyers are finding too good to refuse...
With spring in the air, the BMW 420i Convertible could be the perfect drop-top tourer for you... as long as you don't mind a bit of compromise.
The ultimate first-world problem just got a little harder with the introduction of the highly accomplished new Audi A5 Cabriolet...
The 2018 Peugeot 308 GTi hot hatch gets some minor tweaks inside and out – but the French manufacturer hasn't dared to mess with the mechanicals... which is just as well.
Nissan's ageing 370Z might be nearly a decade old, but with the new Nissan 370Z Nismo, has the Japanese manufacturer finally unlocked the true potential of the coupe?
On paper, the Audi A3 Cabriolet offers a solid case for an affordable German convertible, but it leaves something to be desired once you get behind the wheel.
See the full article here Finding himself in central Italy for one day, Dave Zalstein takes on Umbria’s picturesque SP373 in one very appropriate Mazda MX-5 race car.
The Range Rover Velar is the fourth model in the 'Rangey' family, and it's likely to become the most popular. Like the Evoque, it's a game-changer - and a hint of what's to come.
McLaren has lopped the roof off its 570S, but don't expect the new McLaren 570S Spider to be any less potent. It'll still go from 0-100km/h in just 3.2 seconds.
The new-generation 2018 Peugeot 5008 has gone from quirky MPV to stylish SUV, and it's likely to be far more popular with Australian buyers.
A lot of faith has been placed in the Peugeot 3008, and it shows. But is it good enough to take on standout rivals in the medium SUV segment?