Since its release, the Jaguar F-Type has sung to the sweet tune of V6 or V8 engines. Will a four-cylinder turbo dilute the sports car experience?
It's hard to pick the 2018 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Cabriolet from the S-Class, but even with a turbo-four under the bonnet, it's still a lot of car for the money – and a great buy for the more prudent buyer.
Finally, the Levante gets an engine befitting the Maserati badge and the diesel haters can stop their whining. Can a twin-turbo petrol V6 get the job done though?
There’s a depressingly familiar script when it comes to the attempts of China’s native carmakers to expand sales beyond their own borders: big promises, poor delivery and – frequently – a speedy withdrawal to lick wounds. So if your first instinct is to see the Lynk & Co 01 as another no-hoper, that’s understandable...
We loved the bewinged, turbocharged Civic Type R at the track, but is this hot Honda easier to live with than its predecessor?
There's a stack of players in the mid-size SUV segment, but only one with a full seven-year factory warranty. That's this – the Kia Sportage – and we reckon the AWD SLi diesel is the pick...
HSV has modified another Holden… but this time it’s a Colorado dual-cab ute, and this time there’s no extra performance. We drive a pre-production version to see if tougher styling and upgraded underpinnings improve this Ford Ranger Wildtrak/Raptor rival.
Skoda has launched its most potent mid-sizers to date, the Octavia RS245 sedan and wagon. Does this pricier offering improve the cult car breed?
Following on from our taste of the SRT, we take a look at the petrol V6 engine to see if it makes sense within the broad Jeep Grand Cherokee range.
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?
Volvo is looking to the 2018 XC40 to pour a lot of volume into its future sales. And, as first impressions go for this all-new offering, it's in with a very good chance.
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.
Land Rover is a little late to the PHEV party but with its unique blend of luxury and genuine off-road prowess, it promises to bring new appeal to the luxury SUV segment.
A solid workhorse, with seven seats and a very comfortable ride.
Porsche has upped the power, performance and purpose of its 718 sports car range to create the 2018 Boxster GTS convertible and Cayman GTS coupe twins. Are these the new fat-free driving kings from Stuttgart?
The facelifted 2018 Qashqai gets a fresh look, more kit and new tech. It's a good thing, but is it a standout option in the small SUV segment?
The Equinox is Holden's long-awaited rival for the Mazda CX-5 and about 10 other hot-selling medium SUVs. The company has a hard road ahead of it, but there's not much wrong with the product.
The Holden Equinox is here to replace the dull five-seat Captiva, bringing new technology and a more refined drive to the Australian market. Can it take on the best offerings in a hugely competitive SUV market?
The 1.6 GT has been added to the Subaru Levorg range to create a more affordable entry price for budget-minded buyers. Is the 1.6 enough engine for the segment though?
A convertible body suits Mercedes-AMG's C43 badge particularly well. It looks like a C63 hot rod, but offers a slightly more relaxed demeanour, and a price point that lines up.