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Four of BMW’s Art Cars, decorated by some of the major artists of the 20th Century, are on display at the Auckland War Memorial Museum.
Technology’s providing a new take on the old debate about whether a manual gearbox or an automatic is the best.
Subaru’s first major redesign of its Impreza hatchback will be seen for the first time at the New York motor show.
Lotus Sport, the race car performance arm of Lotus Cars, has unveiled the Lotus Exige GT3 concept road vehicle.
Mitsubishi powers up Triton diesel 4WD and cuts its price.
Auto Trader, New Zealand’s trusted car magazine for more than 25 years, has a new look this week.
The car that will evolve into the next generation Mitsubishi Lancer Evo will be unveiled at the Detroit Motor Show in January.
Holden’s workhorse ute packs more punch in its latest incarnation, and is quieter and smoother.
Hyundai’s new small/medium Elantra saloon has more space, comfort, features and power than its predecessor.
Nissan New Zealand is touting its British-built 2007 Primera as a “big step forward” from the outgoing, Japanese market model.
Jaguar is giving its retro-styled S-type saloon car a more sporting look in the car’s final development before it is replaced by the all-new XF in 2008.
Ford is out to capture a slice of the luxury performance car market with two new Falcon variants that add subtler styling, more subdued paint colours and luxury interiors to the engine and transmission and suspension packages of the GT V8 and Typjoon turbo six.
Believe it or not, but this is a car – or rather what a team of Volkswagen designers based in California believes could be the future of modern transportation.
Jaguar is widening and beefing up its New Zealand XJ range by reintroducing the sports-oriented R model.
John Nicholls’ long and distinguished career in the New Zealand motor industry was recognised when he was presented with the Supreme Award at the IMVDA’s 20th anniversary awards dinner in Auckland last month.
Audi has taken the covers off the convertible version of its new TT sports two-door. The Roadster unveiling follows the introduction of the coupe earlier this year.
Skoda will introduce a new bigger and roomier version of its Fabia compact hatchback next year.
Mitsubishi is weighing into the New Zealand small car market with a new, $18,000 rear-engined five-door hatchback that is a runaway success in Japan.
BMW's new retractable hardtop Convertible 3-Series pricing announced.