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Nathan Ponchard takes a spin in the 2012 Chrysler 300 STR8 as well as the 1958 model to see how much the classic has evolved.
Steve Vermeulen finds driving nirvana in the new 2011 Porsche Cayman R...
The Aston Martin Virage sits between the DB9 and DBS models, combining elegance and luxury with sporty performance
Is Audi’s advancement through technology ethos the right one for a driver’s Audi?
Four metres long, four doors and four-wheel drive. Mini’s not so Mini anymore with the addition of the Countryman to the ranks.
Ford NZ has announced that a limited run of the Focus RS is now for sale in New Zealand
It’s not a series that aired here, but this teaser for the upcoming second series of Spirit Level Films GT Racer suggests we’ve been missing out
The Range Rover Sport is impressive on road and off
Reid gives us an insight into his Porsche GT3 race car as he took us for a ride around the Hampton Downs track
Take a look inside the Bentley factory as the new Mulsanne is being built
Why pay for the extra complexity of four-wheel-drive if you don't need it? Not to mention the increased tyre wear and fuel use.
When it launched in 2002 Porsche's Cayenne faced scepticism from folk wary of an off-road behemoth from a sports car brand.
BMW's original Z4 was a radical-looking roadster, with a coupe sibling. This time there's just one model, a roadster with a folding hard-top roof.
Here's something just a little bit different for those of you with a sense of adventure...
Mercedes has eradicated the CLK and resurrected the E-class coupe, based largely on the E-class sedan. It's longer and wider than the CLK but lower, with a muscular look that's strong, rather than pretty, and a world away from the rather pipe-and-slippers E-class of old.
The more I drove Citroen's C5, the more I liked it. Only two hiccups blighted its horizon...
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