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Utes make up some of the most popular vehicle segments in Australia. This means navigating a minefield of terminology when buying one.
The Stellantis empire wants to transform itself into a profitable electric vehicle company. That means a few platforms covering all vehicle segments.
It might be more than three decades old, but peddling this E28 M5 without any constraints was one of the most satisfying drives of my career.
Carmakers have adopted two approaches to their advanced driver assistance systems: relying on cameras only, or a multitude of sensors.
Have you ever wondered why car brands go crazy with camouflage and stickers on their prototype vehicles?
Audi's iconic RS6 hyper wagon turns 20 years old in 2022, so here's a little celebratory look back at the history of a cult hero.
eFuels are a new, potentially carbon neutral way to power our combustion-engined cars. How do they work, and what is Australia's role?
There are close to 40 new electric cars confirmed for Australia, most of which are on track to be here before the end of 2023.
Steering is one of the most fundamental and intimate aspects of the driving experience. So do these new technologies work?
Drag is the enemy of efficiency, so carmakers are always working on ways to make their vehicles slice through the air as cleanly as possible
The very antithesis of a people's car, the Volkswagen Phaeton wasn't the sales success the Group dreamed of, but it nearly earned a follow up.
The Ioniq 6 is the next car in Hyundai’s all-EV Ioniq range. Unlike some rivals, the brand has not adopted a cookie-cutter approach.
The Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance claims its CMF is a sharing of parts, not platforms. What’s the difference and what are the benefits?