This is how to do nearly NZ$30,000 damage to a day-old Chevrolet C7 Corvette Z06.
People snapped with bikes obscuring rear number plates on vehicles could face a fine of up to $200.
Lamborghini confirms its entry in the luxury SUV market in signing a deal to produce the vehicle in Italy.
New Zealand recorded the biggest increase in road deaths in 2014, according to international study.
It is not due here until later this year but already over 300 Kiwis have ordered the new Mustang.
BMW upgrades its first all-paw M machine that was well suited to the nature of NZ roads.
It turned out to be quite a sizzler 2014, and we're not talking about summer holiday weather but new vehicle sales.
People snapped with bikes obscuring number plates on the back of vehicles could face a fine of up to $200.
Two tourist drivers blamed fog and their GPS for driving at 60kmh in 100kmh zones, and stopping in the middle of the road.
Ford is big on promoting its global sourcing of vehicles, however, here's one we all want but they won't give us.
Luxury is the simple difference between the two versions of Honda's latest Odyssey people-mover available in NZ.
Renault's hot hatch the Megane RS has been made even hotter via more grunt from its turbocharged engine.
Nimble new Kia Sorento is ready to put the frighteners on the currently Japanese-dominated mid to large SUV business.
Perhaps it's most accurate to think of the Z06 version of the Chevrolet Corvette not so much as a car, but as a motorcycle that's easy to balance.
Goodwood Festival of Speed will host the global public debut of the astonishing Bienville Legacy.
The Radikal Chopper started life as a Ducati 2015 Scrambler won in a design challenge.
Skoda has reinterpreted its new Fabia R5 rally car as a racy stationwagon for the Woerthersee festival.
Ousted Top Gear hosts rumoured to be in talks with ITV for a new rival show to BBC.
Space-inspired 1950s styling cues were unlike anything the world had seen.
A 1967 Shelby 427 Cobra roadster stole the show at a massive muscle car auction in the US.
New Zealand's Scott Dixon still has plenty to smile about despite his fourth place finish at the Indianapolis 500 on Monday.
Hamilton's Josiah Natzke recorded his second race win of the European motocross championships on Sunday.