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2019 Lamborghini Huracan Evo review
  • Stunning to look at; As quick as the Performante to 100km/h and faster than it on some sections of the Nardò test circuit; There isn't a better exhaust note thanks to the V10 NA; It's got rear-wheel steer and torque vectoring for the first time; Miraculous handling prowess and astonishing grip; Improved interior and latest connectivity make it a genuine daily for those with big bucks; Cheaper than a Ferrari 488 GTB
  • We didn't see the options list, but you can bet they won't be cheap; We're yet to test ride comfort on local roads; Fuel economy and emissions numbers haven't been released – does anyone care?

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9 / 10

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2019 Lamborghini Huracan Evo review

One of the most exhilarating cars I've driven in a while. Blisteringly quick in a straight line or through the bends, with fantastic styling and a host of new dynamic tech that makes it feel like you're the F1 pilot.

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2019 Jaguar F-Pace 20d R-Sport RWD review
Rating: 7.710 /10
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2019 Jaguar F-Pace 20d R-Sport RWD review

Jaguar's mid-size F-Pace is undeniably a beautiful-looking SUV, but how does it stack up with a small-displacement diesel under the bonnet?

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2019 Ford Mustang Bullitt review
Rating: 8.610 /10
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2019 Ford Mustang Bullitt review

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.

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Singer 911 review: The Porsche money can't buy in a hurry

Singer 911 review: The Porsche money can't buy in a hurry

Florence, Alabama is probably the last place on Earth I expected to see, let alone drive, a bespoke Porsche 911 built by Singer Vehicle Design out of Sun Valley in Southern California. That’s no slight on Alabama, by the way, as there’s plenty of serious car money in the deep south – but trucks (F-150 Raptors and the like) are more sought after in these parts...


2019 Maserati Levante review
Rating: 8.310 /10
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2019 Maserati Levante review

It's the new entry-level Maserati Levante and it's almost $15,000 less than the next rung up the ladder. It's still got a twin-turbo V6 and it still has loads of kit. So, what's not to like?

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2019 Porsche Macan review
Rating: 9.110 /10
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2019 Porsche Macan review

It was the benchmark before this update and no surprise it's still the benchmark SUV, blending sublime ride comfort with sports car-like handling.

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2019 Hyundai Tucson Elite 2.0 GDi 2WD review
Rating: 7.610 /10
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2019 Hyundai Tucson Elite 2.0 GDi 2WD review

There's a lot to like about a front-wheel-drive Tucson with luxury levels of kit and a relatively reasonable price tag. But the naturally aspirated petrol engine with its six-speed auto transmission, well, that's another matter entirely.

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Mark Webber: 2019 Porsche 911 comparable to 919 Le Mans race car
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Mark Webber: 2019 Porsche 911 comparable to 919 Le Mans race car

Mark Webber may not be piloting Formula One cars these days, or even Le Mans prototypes, but if you’re a potential Porsche buyer or one of the marque’s many repeat customers, that can only be a good thing given his involvement in new car development with the iconic German brand, including the new 911...


2019 Porsche 911: Talking everything 992-generation with 'Mr 911'
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2019 Porsche 911: Talking everything 992-generation with 'Mr 911'

Porsche has launched the eighth-generation of its iconic 911 in Los Angeles after more than four years of development, a process comprising some serious challenges according to the man dubbed 'Mr 911'. August Achleitner, vice president of the Porsche 911 and 718 product lines, detailed some of the trickier parts of developing an all-new take on the world's favourite rear-engined sports car...


Ferrari 488 Pista: Australian debut for new hero
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Ferrari 488 Pista: Australian debut for new hero

Storied Italian carmaker Ferrari revealed its latest track-ready supercar the 488 Pista this week at its new state-of-the-art service centre in Roseville, Sydney. Think of the 488 Pista (meaning ‘Track’ in Italian) as the legitimate successor to the much lauded 458 Speciale, only this car takes the 'track-ready' approach to a whole new level – boasting more race-to-road technology than ever before...


2019 Alpine A110 review: Targa High Country
Rating: 8.310 /10
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2019 Alpine A110 review: Targa High Country

It's been 41 years since we last saw a new Alpine A110 roll out of the factory in Dieppe, but it's been worth the wait, because this just may be the most enjoyable car I've driven in years. Margeit was right about that.

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2019 BMW M5 Competition review: track test
Rating: 9.110 /10
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2019 BMW M5 Competition review: track test

Less than 12 months after the launch of the all-new BMW M5 comes a more powerful version called the Competition, only you'll struggle to pick the differences, at least on track. It's also thirty-grand more expensive.

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2019 BMW M2 Competition review: Track test
Rating: 8.610 /10
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2019 BMW M2 Competition review: Track test

The new M2 Competition gets more M muscle, with a new twin-turbo engine and a bunch of chassis tweaks that make it even better than it already was.

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Porsche 911 GT2 RS and The Scarborough Hotel

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There are few cars that conjure up fear and trepidation like the latest incarnation of the Porsche GT2 RS. For starters, it’s the most powerful production-series 911 ever built and harnessing massive reserves of turbo-driven grunt – like 515kW and 750Nm of torque from its flat-six. It’s a potent bit of kit and clearly the kingpin of the brand’s production-series range...


Jaguar Land Rover production stoppage caused by perfect storm of global issues
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Jaguar Land Rover production stoppage caused by perfect storm of global issues

British-based carmaker Jaguar Land Rover will this month stop the production lines at its plant in Solihull for two weeks, in response to weakening demand for their vehicles in China. Like most prestige carmakers operating in China, Jaguar Land Rover last month suffered a 46.2 per cent sales dive in its single largest market, and where it owns a major factory used to produce cars with Chery...