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The VW Golf VII is already our car of the year. The model, helped by hybrid and electric versions, is a strong contender for the Green award.
Angular and edgy: The J300's design is reminiscent of one of Kawasaki's ZX-R sports motorcycles.
Ahead of its time, and yet timeless: Still regularly cast by Hollywood as a car of the future.
Born to ride: Retro Rockers Nostalgic Chopper Group founder Jake Williams.
Jeep Cherokee: New model comes from a whole new engineering background and it's all the better for it.
Peugeot Exalt: There's a clear line between the rear door and the quarter light where the bare steel and the grey of the Shark Skin are delineated.
Jan Jinadasa's newly purchased 2011 Lamborghini LP560 that he will race for the first time at Cromwell's Highlands 101 meeting.
The Vauxhall PA Cresta – easy for a young lad to bunny-hop.
A BMW driver spins out during the 2014 Targa Rally near Timaru.
Changing times: Some styling cues can be found from previous Vitaras, despite the huge mechanical differences underneath.
Yes, vans are slightly larger than cars, but taking two parks - come on! At Eastgate Shopping Centre.
Isuzu MU-X: At home in the dirt with very few compromises.
Simon Wilkinson's electric-powered Ford Falcon ute.
Jarred Webber's low-riding customised Toyota Hilux ute.
Toyota Hilux Edge 2WD ute.
Volkswagen VW Cross Polo.
Super stoppers: It shares the same Brembo M430 monobloc calipers as the factory version of the bike.
Dacia Duster Pick-Up: If small utes get the go, the Romanian effort is all set.
SsangYong's smallest: The maker's new B-segment light SUV enters a rapidly expanding segment and is sharp-looking enough for us to forget the sad old ugly products of old.
Spaceback: Shorter profile suits the mid-sized Skoda's segment better than the previously available Liftback design.
The Toyota built Ponam-31.
A V8 Bentley Continental GT3 race car.
The Ferrari F60 after its unveiling at the marque's Race Through the Decades 1954-2014 show in Beverly Hills to celebrate its 60th anniversary of Ferrari in the US.
TROMPE D'OEIL: Looks like a supermotard, performs like an extreme streetbike.
Lamborghini has ripped the covers off its 669kW Asterion hybrid concept before its official debut at the 2014 Paris motor show.
Volkswagen revealed its XL Sport at the Paris motor show, featuring a Ducati twin-cylinder engine
Holden Captiva 7 Active.
Honda's upcoming Civic Type-R is set to pack a punch.
Volkswagen has revealed its plug-in hybrid Passat GTE sedan and wagon.
Unmistakably a Mazda3: There's little to show that this is the diesel car, however, until you get to drive it, that is.
Fire destroys a workshop containing a collection of classic cars and motorcycles at Longburn, south of Palmerston North.
Ferrari's limited edition Speciale A is claimed to reach 100kmh in just 3.0 seconds.
Lexus RC F: New coupe arrives in New Zealand during December in two versions, a V6 and a V8.
Small wonders: The four-wheeled Coms (left) and three-wheeled iRoad (right) are fully enclosed for good weather protection.
Audi has revealed its TT Roadster before its official debut at the 2014 Paris motor show.
Volkswagen reveals its high-riding Golf Alltrack.
Honda previews a new Civic Sport model bound for the Paris motor show.
Learner's dream: One of only two lightweight LAMS-approved machines to be powered by inline four-cylinder engines and the other's a Yamaha too.
Verna Chambers' 1966 Chevrolet Pillarless Hardtop Caprice.
Toyota Yaris ZR.
Unique classic: New Plymouth couple Gordon and Pauline Bourne are proud owners of this custom-made 789 which amalgamates the features from three different Chevy models.
Macau hotelier Stephen Hung has ordered 30 extended wheelbase bespoke Rolls-Royce Phantoms.
Batman director Zach Snyder's teaser photo of the new Batmobile.
Cheap as chips: But well engineered and large enough to cope with a passenger.
The new Atalanta: Somehow a plain red carpet just wasn't enough.
The Mercedes-AMG GT is the replacement for the SLS Gullwing.
It couldn't be anything but a Volvo: At the rear, the traditional jagged lights can be seen from a distance.