While here in Australia we may think of the 2021 Nissan Patrol 'Y62' as the top-value competitor to the likes of the Toyota LandCruiser, in parts of the Middle East the Patrol is the car to aspire to...
Electrification was a cornerstone of the all-new 2021 Mercedes-Benz C-Class, but while mild-hybrids and plug-in hybrids are set to play a key role, a full electric vehicle (EV) is still some way off. Speaking to the UK’s Autocar, Mercedes-Benz chief operating officer Markus Schafer revealed that the brand has in place enough steps to cover electric vehicle demand right now, pushing an electric equivalent of the C-Class back to at least 2024...
More than just an electric vehicle, the 2021 Porsche Taycan aims to be the next chapter in Porsche's sports car lineage.
Mazda's well-known, and well loved CX-9 faces a formidable foe in the form of Hyundai's eight-seat Palisade.
Hyundai’s new Ioniq 5 electric vehicle (EV) has only just been revealed, giving a first glimpse at what’s to come from the Korean carmaker's dedicated Ioniq EV sub-brand – moving the five-letter badge away from just a single model to a fully-fledged family of zero-emissions vehicles...
While the designs may be different, key mechanical and electronic tech is shared between the closely related Hyundai Santa Fe and Kia Sorento. Is that enough to put one ahead of the other?
Just one V8 survives for the 2021 Jaguar F-Type range. A rare and special beast indeed.
Peugeot-Citroen’s premium brand, DS Automobiles, has revealed the first of its ‘new generation’ vehicles with the second-generation DS 4 hatch. The C-segment hatch is set to take on prestige small cars like the Audi A3 and Mercedes-Benz A-Class range...
It may not be the flagship model, but the Isuzu D-Max LS-U offers most of the must-have equipment with a more traditional styling package.
Sport-styled SP or luxurious LE? The 2021 Mazda CX-9 adds some new variants to help it fend off some of the newest large-SUV rivals.
A moment of silence, please, for the dear departed people mover… Well, almost. You can still buy a minivan in Australia, but not like you used to. Here are some of the standouts denied an Aussie berth.
The MX-5 has long been a popular option for club racers and weekend track blasts. Now Mazda has a slightly more track-oriented version ready to roll from showrooms.
This short Wrangler is a big deal. Jeep fans have been crying out for the two-door Rubicon to return, but you’d better be quick.
With a branding overhaul and a much improved product, GWM is ready to dive into Australia’s 4x4 dual-cab market and hopes to make waves with the simply titled Ute.
Most flagship 4x4 utes have gone big on visual impact, with unmissable styling and tough-guy looks. Mazda plays by its own rule book, though, and while it may be square-jawed, the BT-50 GT is far subtler than most on the market.