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  • Most Powerful Street Legal Ford Ever

    If you thought the current Ford Mustang lacked power and are hanging out for the revised, more powerful upcoming model then don’t read this. Ford has announced an epic Shelby GT500 model at the Detroit Auto Show with 522kW on tap. To put that in perspective it will knock...
  • Long queues to check out the Tesla Model 3 in store

    Announced almost two years ago there has been a lot of interest in Telsa’s first mass-produced small car the Model 3, to the point where almost half a million people have laid down the $1,500 deposit to secure a place in the queue for one when they are produced....
  • MBUX TO DEBUT ON MERCEDES-BENZ A-CLASS

    If you’ve ever jumped into a Mercedes-Benz there’s a possibility one thing stuck out, the infotainment system COMAND. For me I’ve never thought it was an appropriate system for such a prestigious brand. It’s difficult to navigate, bland on the graphics front and more of an annoyance than help....
  • Genovation GXE Corvette

    If we had to pick the ultimate head-turner here at CES, it has to be the Geneovation GXE. This is one hell of an achievement from an independent company based here in the US at Rockville, Maryland. What they have done is turn a C7 Grand Sport Corvette into...
  • 2018 Nissan Leaf Test Drive

    The Nissan Leaf is the number one selling EV car in the world, with 300,000 getting around globally. Although less than one per cent of all cars sold are fully electric, it’s clear that Nissan has created a viable product for those who choose to skip petrol stations. Today...
  • China made a Tesla Model X

    With all of the great cars at CES you could be forgiven for sometimes getting them mixed up. They really do start to all look the same. In the case of the Xpeng G3 though it is even easier to think that you have seen it before. It is,...
  • Who is Valeo and why does it matter?

    One of the coolest things about CES is getting a chance to get a behind the scenes peek in to the automotive industry. Sure, all the big players are here like Ford, Mercedes-Benz and General Motors, but so too are the suppliers to these companies. Valeo is just such...
  • Nissan is playing mind games.

    Nissan is literally playing mind games here in Las Vegas at CES 2018. On show is new research that will allow vehicles to read your brain. It’s called Brain-to-Vehicle or B2V and it’s pretty wild stuff. The idea is to speed up reaction times for drivers but most importantly...
  • Bosch eCall Plug – monitoring your driving from the cigarette lighter port

    Today at CES, a company most people would be familiar with Bosch took to the stage and presented some new products they have been working on. They have really turned their attention to creating smart cities and connected cities, expanding beyond the smart home that we have seen so...
  • The Volvo XC60 T8 will Spoil You

    In recent years one way to kill the mood in a conversation about cars would be to mention “hybrid” or “Volvo”. In the past they have been words uttered by those who didn’t care about looks or performance. Times have changed and surely staff has changed because Volvo is...
  • 2018 Holden Commodore pricing: German import undercuts Aussie-made predecessor

    It’s been a long build up to this point but Holden has taken one final step towards the release of the 2018 Holden Commodore by today announcing the pricing for the entire range ahead of its showroom debut in February. The car looks great, some of the early drive...
  • HSV TO BRING THE U.S. BIG GUNS HERE

    Holden and HSV today has announced details of a new deal that on the surface looks great. The American sourced Chevrolet Camaro and enormous Chevrolet Silverado ute will go on sale in Australia and New Zealand via HSV accredited dealerships. They won’t be branded as Holden’s or HSV’s but will...
  • VOLVO XC40 INTERNATIONAL LAUNCH

    When we bring you news on a new car the way it usually works is this. We jump on a plane, fly to a location and embark on a one or two-day drive program. The idea is to be briefed by company designers, engineers and often professional drivers about...
  • The $400,000 Lamborghini for the family that goes off-road: Urus finally launches

    Got a lazy $400,000 (or so) for a new family* car?  Problem solved – the new Lamborghini Urus will be available in just a few months and it can both fit the family and tackle the dusty outback; should you so choose. A long time in development, I feel...
  • EFTM Blokes Best 2017: Ford Ranger XLT

    Three years in a row – that’s something special for Ford. That’s the streak they have on the EFTM Blokes Best Award – first with the relaunched Ranger, then the Mustang and now the Ranger XLT Ford have taken it right up to Toyota’s Hilux in the tradie market,...
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