REVIEW: Subaru’s Legacy GT wagon is a thing of the past.
The limited-edition limo that will cost at least NZ$1 million in armored form.
Aston Martin's latest limited edition is only the wealthiest of track day warriors.
Dunedin man who has taken keys off foreign drivers twice says he's trying to keep people safe on the roads.
John Key says more New Zealanders drive on the wrong side of the road than foreigners do - and advises Kiwis to cut out the key confiscation.
Is the ultimate driving machine really a front-driving seven seater?
Land Rover has lopped the roof off its Evoque SUV.
Bentley may add fifth model to its lineup - the EXP 10.
Showy convertibles seemingly have no place in these austere times.
The Fiat Agnelli family will again control Ferrari as FCA spins the sportscar maker off.
Mercedes-Benz' A45 AMG is a scary-quick hatchback - but set to more raucous still.
Lamborghini is set to reveal an 'SV' spec version of its range-topping Aventador.
Motorists will pay another 2 cents a litre a week after National MPs voted against a probe into fuel prices.
Lexus plans to take on BMW's Mini unit at its own game with a little battler to be revealed at Geneva.
Fifty years after taking part in his first Haast Rally, a Pleasant Point man will take part in his second, in the same car.
REVIEW: We compare a couple of gobsmacking German uber-diesels - the Porsche Cayenne Diesel S and BMW’s X6 M50d.
Want to break into a car by throwing a brick through a window? Well knock yourself out. This guy did.
If Aucklanders think the traffic has got worse in the last couple of weeks, they're right.
Charles Betz and Fred Peters paid $1454 for their 375MM Spider convertible. They've just turned down a $7.6m offer.
Russia, which spans more than 17 million square kilometres possessing a set of unique transport challenges.
The international launch of SsangYong's all-new B-segment Tivoli SUV could prove to be the tipping point for the brand which once marketed weird-looking vehicles.
BMW's first three-cylinder engine since 1980s is twice the size and has a wider range of applications.
Cab-drivers should queue up for this one - the ultra-roomy Skoda will gets its public premiere at the Geneva motor show.
Audi's new R8 supercar has broken cover, getting a head start on its global debut at next week's Geneva Motor Show.
The start of a good relationship with Mercedes-Benz's new C-Class Estate.
BMW's first sporting street bike is sharpened by its Superbike roots.
Over a recent holiday break, we found the workhorse VW Amarok to be an excellent family-oriented vehicle as well.
The Geneva Motor Show is shaping up as more of a Grand Prix or LeMans starting grid rather than a forum for showing models that average people will embrace.
Motorists can take away the keys of a fellow driver, but only in exceptional circumstances, police say.
Imagine being Kejia Zheng. It was November 2012 and on the second day of her New Zealand holiday, the 20-year-old was driving herself from Lake Tekapo, heading south through the Lindis Pass.