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The car that will evolve into the next generation Mitsubishi Lancer Evo will be unveiled at the Detroit Motor Show in January.
A Melbourne enthusiast has paid $500,000 to purchase a 1973 Peter Brock racing Holden Torana XU1 - the highest sum ever paid for a Holden car.
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.
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.
A premium Jeep Grand Cherokee, the Overland, has been added to the New Zealand range. Prices start at $83,990 for the SUV which will be available in limited numbers.
The biggest field of 1960s racing cars ever assembled since that golden era of Australasian motorsport 40 years ago will be seen at Sydney’s Eastern Creek at the HSRCA’s Tasman Revival historic meeting from December 1 to 3.
World rally boss Morrie Chandler has stepped down as Chairman of Propecia Rally New Zealand
Jaguar's new XKR Coupe will be developed to race in the FIA GT3 Euro sports car Series from 2007, by English company Apex Motorsport.
Along with most of the NZ V8 Ford Falcon runners former champion Mark Pedersen is becoming increasingly anxious over delays in finalising the specification of the engines for next season’s championship which starts on November 5.
Toyota’s new NASCAR Nextel Cup challenger, the Camry, hit the track for the first time last Monday, with cars from three teams turning laps at Michigan International Raceway during a NASCAR Car of Tomorrow test programme.
No-one, but no-one, not even Jeff Gordon could catch Matt Kenseth at Michigan International Speedway in the GFS Marketplace 400 NASCAR Nextel Cup counter last Sunday.
Since its establishment in 1933, Nissan has produced about 76,640,000 vehicles in Japan and about 23,500,000 overseas.
Holden’s first Statesman long wheelbase luxury car debuted in 1971 and reached its peak with the 1980s WB.
Visitors to Autotrader.co.nz will see some dramatic changes to the website, which is already the country’s biggest automotive market place with nearly 40,000 cars and access to 20,000 boats, bikes and other vehicles.
Queensland Raceway in the past has not been a circuit that has yielded great results for Tasman Motorsport, with Jason Richards spectacular rollover last year being something that would stick in most peoples memories. Using this adversity, the team really wanted to make amends returning this year.
Friday, July 21, 2006 JUST over one tenth of a second separates Tasman Motorsport team-mates Jason Richards and Andrew Jones after opening practice today for this weekend's BigPond 400 at Queensland Raceway near Ipswich.
Expect greater style in future vehicles from Kia. The fast-developing Korean car maker has hired Peter Schreyer, the man behind the Volkswagen New Beetle and the Audi TT, as chief design officer.
Mitsubishi’s Grandis VRX gets dual sunroofs, leather-upholstered seats, heated in the front, alloy pedals and new exterior trim and wheels for 2007.
A pitstop during which he only took on fuel was the key to Kyle Busch’s win in Sunday’s Lenox 300 NASCAR Nextel Cup counter at New Hampshire International Speedway.