Rare 1967 Jaguar E-Type stolen in 1968 was spotted eagle-eyed customs officer in Los Angeles.
A man has doubled his trouble by allegedly stealing the same Ferrari car twice in the space of 24 hours.
Kiwi wins prestigious trophy at the Goodwood Revival classic car race meeting in England.
Police could soon be equipped with a hand-held device to catch drivers using their phone behind the wheel.
Toyota has facelifted its popular Yaris hatchback, and while its looks have been freshened, underneath it all it's a case of same-old same- old.
Southland motorsport personality Ian ''Inky'' Tulloch is set to turn a few heads - well, his car will at least.
New Plymouth couple are the proud owners of NZ's first custom-made 789 which is a melting pot of old Chevrolets.
The odometer ticked over 22,436 miles on Rhys Lawrey's Triumph Tiger 800XC motorbike as he rode into Nelson.
If buying one Rolls-Royce is a symbol telling the world how successful you are, what does 30 say?
Freight truck loses control and crashes into a bus stop in China, killing eight people and injuring six others.
JUSTIN PRITCHARDComputer-driven cars have been testing their skills on California roads for more than four years - until now.
Open-road speed limits could increase to 110kmh on some roads by the end of next year.
Seven bridges, a viaduct and target of 2016
One year on and work on the $230 million Cambridge section of the Waikato Expressway is further down the road than anticipated.
Council receives more than 1000 responses on whether some roads should revert to 100kmh limit.
New York property developer offering the uber-wealthy the opportunity to buy a condo parking spot for a cool US$1m.
The movie is still 18 months away but the teasing continues around what the new Batmobile will look like.
Motorist incensed with a having his car towed jumps into it, reverses off a tow truck and drives it away.
CF Moto's cheap-as-chips scooter could get away with a much higher sticker, if it wasn't Chinese.
Few car makers are using the supercharger but does that mean it is not as good as the turbocharger?
Cars that drive themselves now chatting with each other.
Five influential Ferraris created under the watch of Luca di Montezemolo.
There are claims a new speed camera has been hidden behind a tree to increase revenue.
The arbitrary zero to 100kmh time has provided the main deciding factor in that usual ''down the pub'' process of bragging rights.
After an absence of 75 years, a new Atalanta motor car has been officially launched.
Interest in Ford's new version of its iconic Mustang is accelerating in New Zealand.
Flagship Aston gets blacked-out for new special edition.
VWs Polo hatchback has been facelifted, and the big news is installation of a latest-generation turbocharged engine.
When Jason H Harper pulled into the pits his fire-resistant socks were soaked through with sweat and he had only been the co-driver.
The EPA has confirmed its go-ahead for a controversial highway from Puhoi to Warkworth.
German brand has taken the covers off its SLS Gullwing replacement.
Holden confirms it will build the world's fastest production ute from later this year.
Holden's British sister brand Vauxhall has teased a new city car carrying the Viva nameplate.
Drivers of electric cars will get $1000 "cash back" payments under a Green government.
A world record for the largest gathering of Mazda MX-5 cars has been smashed, with help from a Nelson-based organiser.
Luca Cordero di Montezemolo has quit as Ferrari chairman after clashing with the boss of parent Fiat group over the F1 team's poor results.
Fewer models but new tech and mild styling updates for outgoing Falcon sedan and ute.
New Plymouth man's fixation with wheels has turned into a cluster of classic cars.
The top model in the third-generation Mazda3 range is memorable for its very high level of safety specification.
Mark Grey's obsession with Holden cars started when he was just a young boy.
It's likely this driver got more than he bargained for.
There is even more Aussie-ness in Ford's last ever Falcon and Territory SUV.
Supercharged Jaguar sedan set to rock the luxury car segment.
Significant weakening of the Japanese yen fuels "incredible demand" for used import cars in NZ.
Barry Cullen doesn't care that his 1932 Roadster is made from fibreglass and isn't the true blue article.
Real-life Looney Tunes as a motorist is attacked by a quartet of life-sized television and movie characters.
The best option to link Tawa and Lower Hutt is by no means settled, and NZTA has acknowledged SH58 needs improvement.
The first sod finally has been turned on the $850m Transmission Gully nearly a century after it was proposed.
A Lamborghini and Ferrari have won the "spectacular" car awards at the prestigious 2014 Salon Prive show in London.
Stranded woman offered car deal
A little car with a big heart has been offered to a woman so she can visit her sick father in Christchurch.
Mum releases footage of her son's fatal motorbike crash so it can be used as part of a road safety campaign.