Black is the new, um, black, in the automotive world. And now Audi has joined the party with the A4 Black Edition. But does the addition of some styling elements and a beefier suspension come with a commensurate lift in performance?
What's big, beastly and anti small car? The Ford F-150 Raptor, of course. It's the big cousin of the Australian-engineered Ranger Raptor, but how much does it draw from this big truck? Paul Maric finds out.
Ford has nailed it with this third-only version of the Mustang Bullitt for so many reasons – styling, noise, handling/ride, tech and comfort. It's pretty much all accounted for, and it's a hoot to drive.
Anyone who frequents the CarAdvice comments will know readers don’t always agree with the reviews published here. Our road testers and journalists are lucky to drive lots of cars, but that means we approach things from a certain angle.
With that in mind, we’re starting a new project with our readers...
Would you do 195km/h in a 110km/h zone? I know I wouldn't; so why are people happy to do 110km/h in a 25 or 40km/h zone?
Poorly advertised new laws in Victoria, New South Wales, Western Australia and South Australia now put your life and mine at risk each time we approach an emergency vehicle pulled over on the side of the road.
As the world’s largest car market, China is continuing to dictate the future success and planning of new vehicles from nearly all manufacturers, including the likes of Mercedes-Benz, which admits it has to cater to Chinese taste.
Honda has taken its next step into the in-car commerce sphere with the reveal of the Honda Dream Drive prototype infotainment software, which the brand claims to be the "automotive industry’s first integrated driver and passenger infotainment, commerce, services and rewards dashboards within the vehicle environment".
Mercedes-Benz says it has changed its operating rhythm to operate more as a flexible software company rather than a traditional hardware company in order to better deal with the requirements of a digitally connected car going into the future.
Andrew McDonald • There are so many different types of vehicles on the road, and so many variations in engine choices in one model of vehicle, it can be confusing to the everyday motorist to decide on the appropriate fuel.