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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.
Magnificent Megane: The Renault Megane RS265, back on the New Zealand performance scene.
New Qashqai: Nissan's latest entry in the medium-sized crossover segment has plenty to offer — including diesel power.
Mazda's new fourth-generation MX-5 roadster.
A motorcyclist crashes in front of the Google Street View camera car in Brazil.
Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse "1 of 1".
Ian Callum's re-engineered Jaguar Mark 2.
The 2015 Mopar Challenger Drag Pak test vehicle.
A 2015 Chevrolet/Holden Colorado made out of sand.
Faithful chassis: Even in the wet, the Mazda 2 is a fun drive.
Ford's 2015 Mustang on the assembly line in Flat Rock, Michigan.
The Galpin GTR1, a US$1m supercar.
Coming soon: The new Ford Everest is rumoured to be due for launch in time for next year's National Fieldays.
Mercedes-Benz GLA (left) and Volvo's V40 Cross-Country D4.
High Hiace: The Hiace ZX, the biggest model in Toyota's popular van selection.
Unmistakeable: Front-end still looks amazingly modern for a mid-60s design.
Trax be Quick: The Holden Trax 1.4 iTi, a turbocharged addition to the Trax range.
Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT.
Inside the Ford Fiesta ST with the Renault Clio RS in the background.
Forensic irony: Michael Chamberlain, with his daughter Zahra, hands the yellow Torana hatchback over to Australia's National Museum.
The all-electric Renovo Coupe.
Jon Shirley wins the Best of Show at the Concours d'Elegance with his 1954 Ferrari 375 MM Scaglietti Coupe in Pebble Beach, California. The Concours tops a week-long celebration of automobiles and car culture on the Monterey Peninsula.
Triumph America LT: Looks very much like a junior Thunderbird LT, but has its own appeal.
An stunning lineup of Lamborghinis at a show which is part of the 2014 Monterey Car Week.
McLaren P1 GTR.
New Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat.
Men paint a "Batmobile" replica on the outskirts of Shanghai. Li Weilei, the owner of the replica and a local businessman, uses his spare time and money to build replicas like the "Batmobile", Formula One cars and "Transformers" for rent or sale. Li spent around NZ$14,000 to build the model.
"Car Zero": Jaguar's prototype Lightweight E-type.
Honda Jazz, Mugen RS.
Land Rover claims its new Range Rover Sport SVR can do 0-100 kmh in just 4.7 seconds.
The new Kia Sorento has been revealed ahead of its Paris motor show debut.
Mercedes-Benz armoured S600 Guard limousine.
Bugatti Legend: The sixth and final car of the Veygon legend series, the Ettore Bugatti.
Two-series Active Tourer: BMW's wedgy new front-drive new comer has the space and equipment to introduce a whole new market demogaphic to the Munich brand.
Delightful curves: The diesel version of the Quattroporte looks exactly like its petrol cousins.
MV Agusta Brutale 800 Dragster: Takes abbreviated streetbike design to a new extreme.
Out of Europe: The Kia Proc-Cee'd GT, a three-door manual-only hot hatchback built in Slovakia.
Holden Malibu: Korean-built sedan looks very much like a down-sized Commodore – which is no surprise.