3:38 PM It has no steering wheel, accelerator pedal, or brake pedal and could be the future of cars.
One of the world's rarest and most valuable cars has been restored to its former glory after being wrecked.
The new 1133cc Scout is well on the road to becoming the world's fastest-selling Indian.
It's hard to believe that Mazda is one of Japan's smaller car brands when its cars cause such impact on the industry.
A cyclist in China has defied the odds to survive being run over by a large truck.
4:25 PM A breakdown on Auckland's Harbour Bridge has left holiday traffic at a near standstill.
Speeding drivers on State Highway 2 out of Wellington need to watch out. They're going to be caught.
Mercedes-Benz is jumping into the oddball "SUV coupe" segment with its new GLE Coupe.
Does the new Lexus NX300h signals the start of a new product offensive for the brand?
Stacked with technology, the latest Subaru Outback is the first to be created from the ground up, rather than as a spin-off from the Legacy.
From the outside Peugeot's new 308 station wagon looks conservative - but underneath its skin there's a vehicle that is impressively interesting.
After making its NZ market debut at the recent Burt Munro love-fest in Invercargill, the new 1133cc Scout is well on the road to becoming the world's fastest-selling Indian.
Harley-Davidson has unveiled its new Street 500, the brand's first learner legal motorcycle since the 1970s, designed to introduce new and returning riders to serious motorcycling.
A new NSX is coming.
When GM designers created the Chevrolet Chaparral concept car they tossed out all the rules they believe stifle innovation in auto racing.
One of the world's rarest and most valuable cars has been restored to its former glory after a racetrack crash two years ago.
Christmas has arrived early for devoted Holden fan Richard Grey.
Ferrari boss predicts more of the same for the Formula One team in 2015.
Mexican driver was thrown into Formula One too early, according to Ferrari principal Maurizio Arrivabene.