Ferrari’s latest convertible, the 488 Spider hits Australian roads with supermodel proportions and superhuman abilities. James Ward gets behind the wheel.
Forget cargo – the Trakka Trakkadu AT is a VW Transporter Van that you can camp in.
The all-new 2017 Subaru Impreza takes a big step forward in the small car class for the Japanese brand.
The 2016 Mazda CX-9 Touring AWD will likely make up the majority of sales of the new-generation seven-seat SUV. Will those buyers be making the right decision?
Okay, so this is not quite Mazda’s latest generation MX-5 – it’s actually the all-new MX-5 Cup Car, which means it’s a full-blown, left-hand-drive race car complete with racing slicks, FIA approved roll cage and a raft of other race-spec componentry. The extra kit is to ensure this car is race ready for this weekend’s first ever Global MX-5 Cup Invitational race at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca in California...
Torque. It’s the second twin of the power equation, one often overlooked in favour of the first-born, horsepower. So why do I like torque so much? Ask any top rally driver what he or she wants more of and the answer will usually be “torque”. If a driver gets this wish, then they will ask for more grip, and then more torque and the cycle continues...
Read the full review here. The Hyundai Tuscon remains the third-best selling medium SUV in the country and with its value for money proposition and extensive powertrain and package offerings, it’s also one of the most diverse. If the choice of four different powertrains, three transmissions and four variants wasn’t enough, the South Korean brand has now added a limited edition model that celebrates Hyundai's 30 years in Australia...
Read the full review here. The second-generation Porsche Panamera is undoubtedly the sportiest car in its segment, yet despite its dynamic abilities, it’s aimed at the those that value comfort and refinement just as equally. Since the launch of the first-generation in 2010, Porsche has sold over 150,000 Panameras worldwide, with around 100 per year in Australia...
Hyundai's 30 years in Australia is being celebrated with a special and limited edition Tucson, but is it worth it?
The popular Range Rover Evoque remains one of our favourite cars in its class. Why is that?
Read the full article here. Stunning, isn’t it? But mere photographs simply don’t do the all-new Aston Martin DB11 justice – on the street, even at a distance, this automotive artwork paints a picture of must-have desirability and near-perfect proportions. Compared to the aging DB9, it looks to have moved two to three generations ahead, yet it’s still unmistakably on-brand...
Why would you buy a small SUV when the 2016 Skoda Fabia Wagon exists?
As the top-spec model in the new sedan range, the 2016 Honda Civic VTi-LX doesn't miss out on much.
The 2016 BMW 4 Series Gran Coupe is a good'n, but the 430i GC could be the best of the bunch.
Long-term report two on our 2016 Toyota Prius sees Matt Campbell head from Sydney to Melbourne.
Aston's all-new DB11 is simply stunning and with a new turbocharged 5.2-litre V12, we find out what it's like to drive in Italy.
The best supercar ever from Ferrari, but still with plenty of character.
Audi claims the all-new Q2 will hit the sweet spot with a whole new generation of Audi buyers. What do you reckon?
Read the full review here. First impressions are almost always dangerous, especially in the automotive world – a hard fact we discovered after taking the all-new Audi Q2 for a spin in Europe recently. I can’t quite remember when Audi first made mention of its plan to build the Q2, but my naturally cynical reaction was; does the world really need an Audi SUV that’s even smaller than the Q3?
The first ever Jaguar SUV is a looker, but is it more than just skin deep?