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  • First Drive: Suzuki Ignis – Custom colours for a personal look

    In Melbourne today I got a look at a vehicle which Suzuki hope will capture the hearts of a 20 to 34 year olds looking for a new small car – the Suzuki Ignis hopes to do that not only with features and price, but by allowing them a huge amount...
  • Tesla Supercharger pricing confirmed: Sydney to Melbourne under $40

    Tesla is all about the electric future, a future that doesn’t involve stopping for petrol on a long road-trip. But it does require a recharge. Despite being “always-free” that won’t apply to new owners....
  • Ford launches digital dash for the new GT

    Ford has revealed an all-new fully digital instrument cluster for the new Ford GT which sets new modes and views for different circumstances for the driver....
  • Record year for Lamborghini: Selling 3,457 cars globally

    2017 was a good year for Lamborghini – recording record sales globally with almost 3,500 deliveries....
  • BMW’s new infotainment system and dash goes Touch Free 

    If you’ve ever driven a BMW you’ll be across its iDrive interface. It’s a central rotary dial that is now in its fifth update. However the future of BMW’s take on in-car control is about to alter dramatically, it’s called BMW HoloActive Touch....
  • The Mercedes Vision Van at CES 2017

    Mercedes-Benz is known for its transit vans across the world but for the first time at this year’s CES an exhibit takes the humble courier van to a whole new level. Known as the “Vision Van” it serves as a mothership when it comes to the transportation of goods. It was revealed to the public...
  • The Concept Cars of CES

    While they may be far-flung, ugly and may never see the light of day the concept cars of CES are at the very least an interesting insight into how each company sees the future.  So we thought we’d wrap up for you all the concept cars of CES right...
  • Why was there a 3D printed car at CES?

    The folks at Divergent 3D certainly created a buzz with their stunning concept car the Blade here at CES.  Tucked up the back of the North Hall where the car companies are all found, their bright stunner really got some attention.  But what’s it all about?...
  • Ford showcases a close-to real-world self-driving car at CES

    When I was in Detroit late last year with Ford I was lucky enough to get a ride in their self-driving car evaluation and testing vehicle. But it did make me wonder – how on earth they would make this look good with all the sensors hanging off it....
  • Osram Lights Up the Future at CES

    Autonomous cars in the future require a rethink when it comes to communicating with other drivers or pedestrians. This is where Osram, the leading supplier globally for vehicle lighting, comes into play. It’s teamed with Ringspeed which is a Switzerland-based and renowned for pumping out visionary concept cars, in this case the Oasis....
  • Nissan’s Impressive CEO Carlos Ghosn – a Q & A meeting

    The CEO of Nissan Motor Co. Carlos Ghosn is a formidable leader, his performance at CES at a round table discussion with journalists certainly proved that. The Brazilian born CEO wears several hats, he also serves on the board of Japan’s Mitsubishi Motors Corp, and he’s the CEO of...
  • Volkswagen showcases the cockpit of the Future at CES 2017

    When it comes to cars CES has literally been a constant stream of information surrounding future autonomous ability, connectivity improvements and dramatic changes to the driver interface. One of the more fascinating concepts is what will one day be on offer from Volkswagen....
  • Nissan Teaching Cars Human Behaviour

    It was an enlightening performance today at CES in Las Vegas from Dr Melissa Cefkin who’s the Principle Researcher, Design Anthropologist for Nissan. She’s based in Silicon Valley and is the go to person when it comes to how autonomous cars of the future will operate in the real...
  • The Wearable Airbag: Advanced Motorcycle safety

    Do you ever feel a tad uncomfortable when you see a motorcyclist whiz pass with minimal protective gear on? Sure everyone wears a helmet, but I cringe when I see a T-shirt clad guy or even a mini-skirt wearing girl fly by seemingly oblivious to the carnage contact with asphalt can cause at...
  • Valeo demonstrates 360 degree emergency braking technology

    French provider of smart vehicle technology, Valeo, has previewed two safety innovations it hopes will help it stand out from the increasingly crowded automotive tech crowd at CES....
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