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  • Strange fake autonomous car in Virginia: Revealed as Ford experiment

    A month or so ago there was widespread reports of a self-driving van in Virginia which turned out to be a normal car with a driver dressed as a car-seat – yep, you read that right. Turns out, it was an experiment Ford were conducting into how people would...
  • Ford Focus RS Limited Edition Here Soon.

    When we drove the Ford Focus RS for the first time it was hard to wipe the smile of our faces. In fact, we awarded it EFTM’s Best Sports Car 2016. Now just 500 lucky people will get behind the wheel of a limited-edition Focus RS set to arrive...
  • Kia’s Sub $60,000 Sting in The Tail.

    Kia’s Stinger performance GT will arrive on our shores with a sub-$60,000 recommended retail price. The Stinger has polarised Holden and Ford fans as they face the demise of the great Aussie performance sedan. The Stinger is propelled by a 3.3-litre bi-turbo V6 range. With 272kW of power and...
  • Ford Escape Titanium 2017 Review

    So often it is easy to notice all the SUV owners and wonder why on earth they’re everywhere. Recent times has shown a huge trend towards a high riding hatch, all the way to a high riding wagon. Ford is catering for all sizes of SUV and we might...
  • Built Ford Tough, The Ranger Review

    My dad grew up in a different country and worked on a farm from a young age. Manual labour was the tool of trade and the donkey was the animal to keep things moving. As years went on, trucks would take the largest loads and slowly the humble ute...
  • The $745,000 lucky number plate and the $91,000 Nissan GT-R: Shannons sets new records

    Talk about having the cash to throw around, the Shannons Sydney Autumn Auction set new records for a bunch of items that will have your eyes watering. A little bit close to my heart, a simple number plate went for $750,000.  Number 29 it was – now my dad...
  • Ford Mondeo Titanium Wagon Review

    Before the rise of the “must have SUV” mentality when it comes to family cars, the wagon and large sedan dominated the roads. The likes of a Ford Falcon or Holden Commodore were the go-to options and they dominated driveways in Australia and even a taxi car of choice....
  • Australian Exclusive: FORD GT REVIEW – Road, Track, Race & drool

    In 1966 Ford took a stunning victory at the Le Mans 24 hour with the Ford GT – breaking Ferrari’s dominance and creating a rivalry between what today would seem like two unlikely brands.  Within the Ford Motor Company it was decided that the 50th anniversary of that win...
  • Ford Everest Review

    The Ford Everest is a menacing beast to look at, it sits tall, has a large front grill and is loaded with a high torque diesel engine. On the inside though the Everest has the comforts of a sedan and is an easy machine to drive. We spent a week...
  • McDonald’s chip fork is awesome, and useless at the same time

    This may be the best case of only in America we’ve ever seen, but you’ve got to look behind the headlines and realise the McDonald’s fork is actually a complete piss-take created to draw attention to a new menu range in their American restaurants. It’s genius really. Launching a...
  • The Forgotten Benefit of the 4WD

    The popularity of the SUV (Sport Utility Vehicle) has grown dramatically over recent years. Now an SUV comes in a range of sizes from “jacked up hatchback” to “portable house”. An SUV has many benefits for families with a ride height for simple loading of small children, prams and...
  • Ford considering Virtual Reality test drives available 24/7

    The idea of virtual reality test driving of cars seems utterly ridiculous to me, but stick with me – I think there is something in it. Ford today announced they are exploring how Virtual Reality (VR) technology could change the car buying experience. Already in their high-end design centres,...
  • Ford Ranger FX4 – Special Edition to turn heads

    In the battle of the big utes, Toyota may have claimed the top spot in 2016, but the dominance of the HiLux is under continued pressure for a whole new range of vehicles across manufacturers.  Ford is hoping to turn some heads in dealerships and out on the roads...
  • Ford taking the worry out of Intersections with Vehicle to Vehicle communications

    Think about how much time is lost at intersections folks, we slow down, we worry about what might be coming, and at intersection after intersection we’re adding precious minutes to our journey. Ok, so it’s perhaps not that bad, but Ford is conducting trials aimed specifically at making intersections...
  • 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....
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