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Billion dollar investment in the future of Jeep

Billion dollar investment in the future of Jeep

Jeep has announced that it is investing a billion US dollars (NZ$1.4 billion) in new production facilities in the USA to build new models to further fuel the growth of the legendary off road car maker.

Aucklander wins European F3 race in Netherlands

Aucklander wins European F3 race in Netherlands

Aucklander Nick Cassidy claimed his maiden victory in the FIA European Formula Three Championship at Circuit Park Zandvoort in the Netherlands over the weekend.

Race Supercars drivers in November

Race Supercars drivers in November

Fancy your chances of beating a Supercars driver on an Auckland track?

Autonomous driving on any terrain a step closer

Autonomous driving on any terrain a step closer

Innovative technologies that will allow autonomous cars to drive themselves over virtually any surface or terrain have been unveiled by leading British car manufacturer Jaguar Land Rover.

Prospects good for Toyota Racing Series

Prospects good for Toyota Racing Series

Expect to see a maximum grid contesting the five-round Toyota Racing Series here in January and February next year.

Teenage racer earns top honours at Elite Motorsport Academy

Teenage racer earns top honours at Elite Motorsport Academy

Seventeen-year-old race driver Jacob Smith, from Auckland, took top honours at the Elite Motorsport Academy ‘camp’ run over the past week in Dunedin by the MotorSport New Zealand Scholarship Trust in association with High Performance Sport New Zealand and the Otago Academy of Sport.

An ANCAP first for the new Mazda CX-9

An ANCAP first for the new Mazda CX-9

September will see the launch of the new Mazda CX-9, the first of its kind to go through the Australasian New Car Assessment Programme (ANCAP) and complete all the crash tests.

Holder secures debut New Zealand Rally Championship title

Holder secures debut New Zealand Rally Championship title

Tauranga’s David Holder and co-driver Jason Farmer, from Hamilton, have won their first New Zealand Rally Championship titles by securing victory in the one-day Rally Gisborne.

Toyota launches all new Signature Class Campaign

Toyota launches all new Signature Class Campaign

Toyota New Zealand steers attention to their Thames plant in an all new TVC capturing the commitment and character behind their used vehicle refurbishment operations.

CareVets scholarship offers racers a dream drive in Toyota Championship

CareVets scholarship offers racers a dream drive in Toyota Championship

One Kiwi race driver will win a competitive drive in the 2016-2017 Toyota TR 86 Championship with a scholarship announced today.

Paddon and Kennard on the podium with third in Poland

Paddon and Kennard on the podium with third in Poland

Hayden Paddon and John Kennard have secured third place at Rally Poland, the first time the Kiwis have finished on this step of the podium.

Toyota and Lexus models involved in worldwide recall

Toyota and Lexus models involved in worldwide recall

Toyota New Zealand is recalling a total of 36,961 new and used import Toyota and Lexus models due to a possible fault involving the charcoal canister fitted to the fuel tank.

Toyota drivers use endurance racing to hone championship skills

Toyota drivers use endurance racing to hone championship skills

New Zealand race drivers are using their TR 86 sports coupes to hone their skills in winter motor racing – no matter how foul the weather – and setting their goals for the coming summer race season.

Maserati Levante attacks Goodwind Hill Climb

Maserati Levante attacks Goodwind Hill Climb

Over the weekend (23-26 June 2016) Maserati unleashed its first ever SUV, the Levante, on Goodwood’s famous hill climb in the ‘First Glance’ Class at the world renowned Goodwood Festival of Speed.

Paddon goes back to basics in Poland

Paddon goes back to basics in Poland

Hayden Paddon with co-driver John Kennard will be taking a back to basics approach with this weekend’s Rally Poland.

New Subaru launches with a five star safety win

New Subaru launches with a five star safety win

Subaru has two things to celebrate today. Alongside the launch of the Subaru Levorg in the New Zealand market, Australasian New Car Assessment Programme (ANCAP) has also awarded the car a 5 star safety rating.

Soaring demand from Kiwis for Jaguar F-PACE SUV

Soaring demand from Kiwis for Jaguar F-PACE SUV

A symbol of success long favoured by style icons ranging from Posh and Becks to the Queen, British sportscar manufacturer Jaguar appears to have found a sweet spot with Kiwi motoring enthusiasts.

Discovery Sport pulls 108 tonne train

Discovery Sport pulls 108 tonne train

Land Rover stopped people in their tracks today as the Discovery Sport SUV towed three train carriages weighing 108 tonnes along a railway track in a demonstration of towing capability.

Audi to celebrate ten years of TDI at Le Mans

Audi to celebrate ten years of TDI at Le Mans

Audi has made history at Le Mans. In 2006, the premium brand became the first manufacturer to win what is arguably the world’s toughest endurance race with diesel power. 2016 marks the tenth anniversary of this achievement.

Jeep boss named most influential auto executive

Jeep boss named most influential auto executive

Mike Manley, The British-born head of Jeep worldwide and COO of the Asia Pacific Region – which includes New Zealand – of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, has been named as 2016’s most influential UK executive in the global automotive business.

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