To celebrate Nismo’s presence in the Middle Eastern market, Nissan has decided to give its 3,0-tonne Patrol the tuning treatment. The justification for this over-the-top… Read more →
Over the years we’ve seen some crazy driving behaviour from the Middle-East. The highlight being the drift antics on public roads. We know that the Middle… 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.
According to autoblog.nl, Aston Martin CEO Ulrich Bez stated at a recent event in Amsterdam that the Lagonda Concept, which debuted at last year’s Paris Motor Show, would inspire a high-end SUV.
Mazda, reported to be distancing itself from current partner Ford in the near future, is determined to continue its drive to make its products “stand-out” offerings, immediately destinguishable from other vehicles in the market. Though company executives attending the firm’s 2010 Brand Forum in Hiroshima on October 20 refused to confirm or debunk the Ford reports, there can be no denying the effort to be different, perfectly illustrated by two vehicles presented to the media by the men who designed them.
When the McLaren MP4-12C reaches the South African market next year, it should cost between R3- and R3,5 million. CAR senior journalist Gareth Dean spoke to McLaren’s regional director to get the details on the brand’s local introduction, its tie-in with the Daytona Group and plans for the future.
McLaren Automotive, manufacturer of the new MP4-12C sports car, has announced that Daytona Group would be the company’s partner in South Africa. Daytona will host two sales and service facilities, one in Cape Town, the other in Johannesburg.
Mercedes-Benz South Africa’s manufacturing plant in East London has received a top award in the J.D. Power and Associates U.S. Initial Quality Study (IQS) for the second year in succession, this time achieving the Platinum Plant Quality Award.
Recently, the big tree underneath whose branches we usually have our lunch witnessed an animated discussion. Japie asked each of us to name the toughest… Read more →
Sebastien Loeb took his fourth consecutive victory in Mexico this weekend, just 24 seconds ahead of former world champion Petter Solberg, who narrowly snatched second place from Citroën Junior Team driver Sebastien Ogier.