Once the realm of concepts, cars that substitute their side mirrors for cameras are here. How do they work?
Leather remains the material of choice for premium car interiors – but not all leather is created the same.
Regenerative braking is a simple concept, but not all systems are created equal. Here's what to look out for.
If you want a new car but don't want leather trim, there's an increasing number of options available on the market.
Petrol in Australia feels expensive, but is it really? We take a deep dive into the numbers and find that we're actually doing quite alright.
Almost every new car sold today features Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. But what are the latest developments in relation to connecting your smartphone with your car?
LFP, NMC and NCA. These acronyms have all been part of the jargon surrounding electric cars recently. What do they mean, and what’s the difference?
Wondering why carmakers quote prices excluding on-road costs? It's because the price to put a car on the road varies wildly around the country.
There's still a relatively wide variety of manual-equipped cars and SUVs on sale in Australia, but their ranks have been thinned over the years.
We're getting closer to receiving cleaner fuel, though by the time we've caught up to current European standards we'll be behind again.
More and more automotive brands are pledging to switch an all-electric range. Keep up-to-date with the latest plans with this handy guide.
The Nürburgring is one of the most famous tracks in the world. Why is it used so often by manufacturers to develop their road cars?
For every iconic nameplate like Commodore or Torana, Holden had three you've probably forgotten about.