I’m trying to remember the last time I was less surprised by a photo than this one of a Ford EcoSport on its roof.
Base model calls “fore!” as the opposition ducks for cover
Rapid, responsive, rorty. But where’s the passion?
What’s a nice drivetrain like you doing in a place like this?
Compared with the odious, ugly X6 or the awkward, ponderous 5 Series GT, the new 3 Series Gran Turismo is relatively inoffensive.
Yes, it’s a Jaguar, folks, but almost certainly not as you know it.
You can be certain of one thing when you show up at a Subaru launch. Japan’s most idiosyncratic car maker won’t be offering the same stuff as everybody else.
Is it a sign of the times that Porsche Australia reckons the typical 911 Carrera 4 buyer is motivated by its fatter stance and greater presence, not necessarily its extra grip?
The station wagon is dead.
Excess, as AMG well knows, equals success.
Thinking of the CLA-Class as a baby brother to the CLS is right and wrong.
The R8 supercar is the best thing that has ever happened to Audi.
The future really is another country, one from which I've just returned.
Can Volkswagen do no wrong?
Here, at last, is a truly fast Volvo that isn’t rubbish.
Among 2012’s more eventful moments were Lance Armstrong’s performance-enhanced fall and the meteoric rise of Mazda’s CX-5.
Journalists, by nature, are cynics. So when Honda Australia declared its first ever diesel, fitted exclusively to the Civic hatch, is as refined and as quiet as its petrol offerings, I sniggered into my morning coffee.
It's the most technologically advanced vehicle Ford has ever sold in Australia, utilising enough computer power to send a monkey to the moon, and back, and it's not a luxury sedan, or even a mega truck, it's just a medium SUV - the new Kuga.
Do buyers of SUVs place much importance on razor-sharp handling, or are there more pressing priorities?
I am a Luddite. I have clutched with feverish intensity to the good ole days of atmospheric engines that used cubes to create performance rather than embrace the emerging era dominated by snails and superchargers. That could change with the RS6.