Europe has access to a catalogue of impressive performance cars built and developed on its own soil, which is why it may come as somewhat… Read more →
Bratislava, Slovakia “After our memorable flight in the cargo plane over Syria we had great drive through Turkey overnight keeping up good average speeds on… Read more →
Wannabe racing drivers have the opportunity to take their talent to the next level when GT Academy comes to South Africa next week. After a few months of trials and challenges, the eventual winner might earn the opportunity to race in the 24 Hours of Silverstone.
Opel may be going through difficult times in Europe, but this proud German automaker is also celebrating its 150th anniversary this year. And to honour its founding father (Adam Opel), the new city car has borrowed his name.
Nissan DeltaWing driver Satoshi Motoyama’s heart rending attempts to help save the ground breaking Nissan DeltaWing, which was forced to retire from the 2012 Le Mans 24 Hour following a collision.
The Citroën World rally team has won seven consecutive times at Rally Argentina thanks to the efforts of Sebastien Loeb and Daniel Elena. The defending champions notched up a record 70 world rally wins for Loeb in the process.
Hannes Oosthuizen braves the Russian winter for a marathon run in Opel’s upcoming Meriva compact MPV
Volkswagen’s new city car is making waves in Europe but is officially not coming to South Africa. Yet.
PSA Peugeot Citroën has officially announced its withdrawal from Le Mans endurance racing ahead of the 2012 season on the back of the volatile economic climate in Europe.
Europe shakes off the economic downturn with a spate of new models, hot and sporty concepts and, naturally, no shortage of eco-friendly options.