After months of speculation and anticipation Holden have today unveiled the all-new Commodore set to hit showrooms in mid-2013 and it’s packed with new technology such as auto part-assist, keyless entry, blind spot alert and more.
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Five months ago I picked up my very own Toyota 86 GT. It’s my everyday drive and a car that I really enjoy, but that doesn’t mean I think it’s perfect. It needs a few additions.
You’ve seen the TV ads – ‘Jack lives here’. Now check out what Jack drives. This is a 1930s Model Ford pick-up truck that has been painstakingly restored by the guy better known for crafting a drop of Tennessee whiskey.
It’s a very limited run of just 250 and it adds a little bit more power and a hell of a lot more looks. But does Ford’s tiny pocket rocket, the Fiesta Metal, live up to the mean styling?
Sitting in the Holden Volt for the first time automatically makes you feel like you’ve stepped into the future. The interior design is unique, while the combination of two large colour displays is straight from science fiction. But the true value of the Volt is its electric power.
Think fast Fords and for many the first thought is a stonking big V8 stuffed into to a bewinged Falcon. The Focus ST is not that type of fast Ford. Derek Fung checks out the new car during its Australian release.
It’s the age of the SUV and the small hatchback – traditional family cars such as the Holden Commodore and Ford Falcon are struggling. So they’re pulling out new tricks, mainly in the fuel conservation department. Is this new age small-engine-in-a-big car trick going work?
If you’re a bit of a petrol head that enjoys the finer things with a few cylinders, check out the RACV Motorclassica in Melbourne between October 26-28. Almost $100 million of rare and collectible cars will be on display for your eyes to gaze on.
Would you Adam and Eve it, premium car manufacturer Volkswagen will have a new vehicle starting from just $13,990. That’s right, less than $14,000 – no tricks, no laughs and not a Chinese car with the famous VW badge stuck on it. This is the Up!
The electric car has been the pipe dream of science fiction for decades. And while it has existed in various forms for a number of years, the simple truth is that to date, no electric car has met the rigorous demands of the Australian driving market. But that could all change with the Holden Volt.