This luxury brand plans to adopt a controversial new sales strategy, dealing directly with customers in a move likely to upset showrooms.
Brash American-style pick-ups have become increasingly popular in Australia. Now carmakers are looking to create a new niche in the market.
After being neglected for years, this maker will reinvent itself with a mean and green push to woo customers away from Tesla and Porsche.
Driver and passenger escape unharmed as a Ferrari supercar crashes during a test drive near Queensland’s Gold Coast.
Some of the world’s biggest car makers are firing up new technology to make your life easier all in the pursuit of extra cash.
They are big, burly, tough pick-up trucks and Australians can’t get enough of them. The newest arrival takes it up another notch.
Toyota has revealed the updated version of its top-selling sedan, with a big upgrade under the bonnet to help drive sales even further.
The German brand is preparing to take on Tesla with its new electric vehicle, but one move shows the huge change coming to cars.
Battery-powered family SUV turns over a new leaf for Japanese electric vehicle pioneers, bringing green motoring on a budget.
Two Melbourne men received multiple fines from Police and they served up a strange reason for being caught out of home.
Motorists are being urged to check whether they have one of more than 20,000 Hondas recalled over a dangerous engine fault.
Fans of the American brand have been dreaming of this car for the past 40 years, but a new rival means it could now become a reality.
Fresh four-wheel-drive takes on Jeep’s Wrangler with hi-tech solutions and gives a sneak peak at the next tough Ford ute.
Government subsidies, slow sales and aggressive emissions targets mean bargains are on the cards for buyers, but not in Australia.
New model capitalises on hybrid demand, offering a mix of SUV practicality and car-like manoeuvrability for compact car customers.
Wild new Black Series model set to feature AMG’s most powerful V8 engine yet, along with Bathurst-bred aero and suspension.
New international championship set to start next year featuring daredevil racers needs to be seen to be believed.
If the high price of electric cars has put buyers off, this new tech upgrade could flip the switch for Aussie motorists.
New research shows that Aussies still want to buy a new car in 2020, but COVID-19 has had a massive change on which cars they’ll buy.
Mazda is one of Australia’s favourite car brands, but it has been missing some crucial, revolutionary cars from its line-up – not anymore.
One of the country’s most popular cars from Volkswagen is about to get a makeover and a first-of-its-kind variant could head down under.
Battery-powered bike costs as much as a new electric car, asking customers to re-wire expectations for the future of riding.
Controversial new off-roader emerges as a rough-and-ready, rock-solid and reliable four-wheel-drive to tackle some of Australia’s favourite cars.
Inside story of the ‘crazy’ record set by one man in a rental Ford Mustang powered by beef jerky and a dangerous amount of fuel.
The German brand’s big selling luxury SUV is getting an overhaul with big boosts to functionality and a never before seen feature.
The South Korean brand is set to blast into next year with a range of new and exciting cars, including a much-hyped hot hatch and SUV.
Leading luxury brands will be feeling a little sheepish after a respected vehicle quality survey produced some revealing statistics. But none fared worse than EV maker Tesla.
The German brand is set to be the first car maker to use Apple’s new features, which are set to revolutionise cars forever.
Research shows Australian workers heading back to the office are bearing the brunt of a hidden rise in living costs as a result of social distancing.
Auction house Lloyds believes this piece of Australian motoring history will fetch an eye-opening price when it goes under the hammer.
Ford fixes Mustang flaws with V8-powered Mach 1 performance coupe, a track-ready machine set to “go global” in 2021.
Turbo technology from Lewis Hamilton’s Formula 1 car will replace the thumping V8 heart of the next Mercedes-AMG C63 sedan.
Mazda’s new dual-cab workhorse has undergone a massive change that is sure to have Toyota and Ford looking over their shoulders.
This japanese brand has reinvented its strong selling SUV with new looks and a wide array of technological treats for 2021.
This Japanese luxury brand is looking to shake up the prestige market with a head-turning new model aimed at BMW.
Stalemate between manufacturer and franchisees continues as parties argue over cash payouts in the wake of Holden’s departure.
Legends of Grand Prix, endurance and touring car racing combine in official virtual 24 Hours of Le Mans this weekend.
Six-month extension to new vehicle tax incentive praised by automotive bodies as car industry continues downward trend.
Mazda has confirmed 700 limited-edition models, in celebration of its 100th anniversary, will come to Australia.
The Japanese brand has given its big, tough HiLux-based four-wheel-drive an upgrade that brings big improvements in some important areas.
New Porsche Taycan electric car undercuts the 911 Carrera coupe while making Tesla’s Model S look comparatively cheap.
There are some cracking new car deals leading up to June 30 as dealers look to shed old stock, with savings of $10,000 available.
The best selling new vehicle for the past few years has just been given a big boost, with the new model packing some serious upgrades.
The Toyota HiLux has been the best selling vehicle in the country for the better part of a decade and it’s getting a much needed makeover.
The German brand has taken a gamble on the styling of its new sporty coupe, which is sure to divide fans and critics.
An expensive new Lego kit has come with an 18+ age recommendation, pushing extreme technical builds into bold new territory.
There is a new sports car rivalry on the horizon as Nissan teases its newest performance model aimed directly at Toyota’s reborn legend.
Fans of James Bond start your engines, because the classic Aston Martin from Goldfinger is about to start rolling off the production line again. But there is a catch.
Cost reductions at major brands to result in more cars that are copies of models produced by allied manufacturers, including popular utes.
German manufacturer continues its assault on the luxury market with a high-performance version of its top-of-the-line softroader. And the numbers are staggering.
The American brand’s first ute in decades is unlike any other vehicle on sale and even its designer wasn’t sure what to think of it.
One of the world’s largest companies is reeling following a racist Instagram advertisement attracting outrage around the world.
Australians are buying more SUVs than any other vehicle, and now a new model has landed and is ready to rumble.
VW has revealed details of its new limited edition tough-guy ute, which is the most powerful in its class and due to go on sale in June.
Scores of motorists have been told to “stop driving immediately” amid a warning some cars have a fault so bad it could kill the occupants.
Toyota has revealed details of its key new family SUV that is due to land in Australia from next year. And one element is sure to make it a success.
The impact of the Covid-19 pandemic is being felt all over the country, and car brands are making huge adjustments that will affect car ownership for good.
Almost 100,000 Hyundai cars are being recalled and owners have been warned not to park the vehicles in garages even when they are not running.
There are two shocking figures for Mini’s charming-looking electric car – its price, and the maximum range of a comparatively tiny battery.
New model flips in spectacular fashion during independent crash tests. Then rolls again after complaints from its manufacturer.
Dealers claim Holden has short-changed them by millions of dollars, triggering interest from the government’s consumer watchdog.
Official figures have confirmed the full extent of the lockdown on the car industry and things could have been a lot worse if not for one brand.
There is a silver lining for the millions of Aussies working from home during the Covid-19 lockdown, but one group isn’t as well off as others.
The car industry is in a period of transition as it responds to changing buyer habits and that means performance cars are under the microscope.
Ford’s push for battery power will bring mean, green machines for next-gen car enthusiasts, promising world-beating performance.
New small car is due to land in Australia in a few months where it will take on some of the most popular vehicles in the country.
HSV has quietly ended production of an Aussie-fettled performance hero, leaving a question mark over the future of Supercars racing.
The Blue Oval has called time on one of the best bang-for-your-buck performance cars on the market, ensuring it will be a sought-after collector’s model.
Toyota is by far the most popular new car brand in Australia. But now the Japanese giant is looking to change its image with a range of radical new cars.
Car lovers debate whether a new coast-to-coast speed record represents ‘genius’ or the work of ‘this country’s biggest a**holes’ as empty roads tempt speeders.
New reports detail Japanese maker’s bold new move as it looks to carve out a niche for itself. But will the gamble pay off or will it come back to bite the brand?
Lockdown requirements have put the brakes on going for a drive or ride to unwind, so here are five ways to get a dose of petrol.
They are some of the most sought after marques in the country, but there’s something you should know about them before you buy.
New York City police were shocked by Instagram star’s early-morning speed binge during COVID-19 lockdown. They soon discovered more troubling facts.
This cut-price small hatchback has received some vital new equipment but the new tech and safety gear comes at a cost.
The automotive industry has been hammered by a sharp decline in new vehicle sales in 2020, and the worst is yet to come.
Problems with car-sharing in the age of the coronavirus revealed as customers book in-demand vehicles for extended periods of time.
As Australia inches closer to full lockdown to fight the spread of COVID-19 car makers are still planning on launching some exciting new models in the next month. These are the best.
It’s been just hours since Queensland sealed itself off to battle coronavirus and already huge queues have formed.
It’s been a favourite with new-car buyers for decades but disgruntled dealers say the marque is headed the same way as Holden.
As more and more services are shut down around the globe car makers are finding ingenious ways to avoid spreading the highly contagious disease while continuing to do business.
Australian sport has been almost completely locked down because of the COVID-19 outbreak. But the local Supercars series has worked out a novel way to keep entertaining its suffering fans.
Aston Martin is about to unleash one of the most insane performance cars ever built on public roads as the F1-inspired machine prepares to launch.
The South Korean brand has shown off its new small car which brings some seriously luxury features, but one feature is sure to get people talking.
The Volkswagen Golf GTI is one of the most popular performance cars in the world thanks to its all-round ability. This new version goes next level.
More people tuned into simulated racing than British TV coverage of Formula One races as Covid-19 forces real-world motorsport cancellations.
The Porsche 911 is one of the world’s most desirable and expensive sports cars, but a few crazy companies have turned them into an offroad weapon.
Holden has packed up shop and is leaving Australia, but there is still a lot of interest in some old classics that are predicted to sell for an insane amount at auction.
Aussie drivers love performance cars and dual-cab utes, and now one manufacturer is set to build a ute that would dominate all others.
Two years ago Tesla appeared down for the count, but in a massive turnaround the electric car maker has just celebrated a remarkable achievement.
After 23 consecutive months of decline — and the demise of a local hero — automotive executives are asking for government handouts.
Overseas reports suggest Ford is in the advanced stages of building a new compact ute aimed at city types. And the name has a familiar ring for Aussies.
The world’s leading luxury brand has made a surprising decision on this emerging technology. It says there are more important priorities for the near future.
Luxury brands under pressure to improve customer protection after German giant falls into line with mainstream manufacturers.
This week’s hotly-anticipated Geneva motor show was cancelled due to coronavirus, but that didn’t stop makers showcasing this year’s biggest reveals.
The new head of Jeep Australia knows the brand has a lot to do to rebuild its reputation after years of reliability and customer service. And an Aussie institution has inspired the fight back.
The Australian new car market is struggling. The downturn has already claimed Holden’s scalp and coronavirus is set to make things worse. But some brands are thriving.
The German brand’s performance flagship brings warp-like speed and acceleration, blowing head-turning supercars out of the water.