motoring

  • LG bringing OLED technology to cars

    Never underestimate the power of OLED, LG have today announced a range of automotive components featuring OLED technology at the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show. LG’s first ever advanced OLED rear lights will feature on vehicles from a major Euro car company and while they don’t look that different from...
  • Jaguar XF S Review – Combining Power and a Unique badge

    There’s something special about a Jaguar, and after spending the last few days driving the XF S I’m somewhat smitten by this vehicle – it’s so much of what I love about cars in one single package.  With a face like that what’s not to love?...
  • Melbourne’s Motorclassica is Australia’s best motor show

    If it wasn’t for the presence of a bit of cool sound technology I might not have popped into Melbourne’s Motorclassica event.  But I’m very glad I did....
  • Keeping you safe, and the future of motoring – Canstar Blue Innovation awards

    This week consumer and ratings company Canstar Blue recognised eight motoring innovators for a host of features and services on offer to the Australian public. Applications were accepted for services spanning the automotive industry that had been launched within the last 18 months. After a shortlisting process, award winners...
  • The car of the future – what did CES 2015 tell us?

    Just a few years ago the Consumer Electronics Show was all about announcing and reporting on the latest technology in home entertainment, the big-screen TV’s, High Definition, 3D then Ultra High Definition and so on.  Today, it’s almost been flipped on its head.  So what’s coming for your new...
  • EFTM Review: Mitsubishi Outlander

    The grim reaper for the traditional Aussie large family sedan or wagon is undoubtedly the now ubiquitous SUV. The deadly platform comes in many strains, large, medium, small or even ‘cross over’. There’s no cure and some doubt there will ever be a vaccine. It also doesn’t discriminate, just...
  • EFTM REVIEW: Ford Kuga – almost a self-driving car

    It’s interesting to look back a few years at the best technology in cars and realise that some of the coolest gear from back then is so very close to becoming standard fare in some popular vehicles on the market today.  EFTM has spent some time behind the wheel...
  • EFTM Review: Hyundai Veloster, breathtaking design that won’t hammer the bottom line

    If you’re after near perfect handling, brisk and willing acceleration wrapped up in an in your face breathtaking design that won’t hammer the bottom line – Look no further than the Hyundai Veloster range....
  • EFTM Review: Infiniti M35h

    Car manufacturers across the world are undertaking a slow but steady march towards alternate fuel solutions. The Infiniti M35h and the technology it deploys is a step in the right direction....
  • EFTM Review: The Chrysler 300c in diesel – bold motoring

    We keep hearing that large rear-wheel drive sedans are a dying breed with sales of the Holden Commodore and Ford Falcon taking a tremendous hit over recent years. Why is it then that Chrysler thinks it can take a slice of that market with its 300C, and would you...
  • 2013 VF Commodore has Auto Park Assist as standard in all models

    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....
  • Ken Block launches Hoonigan Racing Division Ford Fiesta

    American rally driving legend Ken Block has launched his brand new team which will compete across rally and Gymkhana events around the world – called Hoonigan Racing Division, it’s the coolest looking Ford Fiesta we have ever seen....
  • The self-driving car is a long way away according to Lexus

    Lexus made its first appearance at the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this year, showing off their integrated safety vehicle as part of the race toward the self-driving car. But fully-automated vehicles are still a while away according to Lexus....
  • EFTM Review: Holden Volt Hybrid Electric Car

    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....
  • Volkswagen shakes Up! the Aussie car market

    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!...
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