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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.
Looking ahead: The Audi A3 Cabriolet, launched in New Zealand in the middle of winter but with summer to look forward to.
Classic collection: Chris Tompkins knows a thing or two about collecting, and 12 Ford V8 coupes comprise his proudest compilation.
Head Ranger: The Ford Ranger Wildtrak, the top model in a formidable Ranger ute lineup.
Hennessey Venom F5.
Kia Soul II: Similar shape to the original but bigger, better detailed and a better drive the second time around.
Nissan Qashqai II: You can tell the new model is now more closely-linked to its X-Trail sibling.
Sleek Stryker: Low-slung Yamaha deserves to win a ''Chopper of the Year'' gong.
Volkswagen Golf R.
Ian Rookes with his 1959 Morris Minor Traveller.
The James Hull classic car collection that has been bought by Jaguar.
Ford's 2015 Mustang F-35 Lightning II Edition.
Audi S3 sedan.
Win-twin: It uses a half of Honda's current four-cylinder Jazz car engine.
A-Class derived: The GLA's taller architecture (foreground) fits in with its off-road aspirations, while the CLA's lower, more sporting profile (background) follows Mercedes-Benz's propensity for creating superbly desirable four-door coupes.
New Porsche Cayenne turbo.
Jaguar unveils bespoke Tour de France F-Type.