The 2017 Nissan GT-R has had some of its rough edges smoothed out, but hasn’t lost any of its appealing performance edge
How much power can be practically transferred to the road by a rear-wheel-driven car? M Division chief executive, Frank van Meel, recently suggested that BMW… Read more →
You have to admire a manufacturer that backs it own products. Whether it’s the testing confines of a racetrack or an arduous off-road course, when… Read more →
They said there would be noise and there was… lots of it. Quite a story in itself, actually, but I’ll leave that to last. It… Read more →
With the recent updates to the A6 and A7 Sportback ranges, the new 1,8 T FSI – with its competitive asking price of R601 000 – demonstrates why big Audis remain worthy of greater consideration.
Many enthusiasts will argue that during the 1950s and 1960s automotive design reached its pinnacle. In some regards it is difficult to argue with them…. Read more →
For a couple of years now, the Volkswagen Polo GTI has been slapped around a little. At launch, it ruled the B-segment roost until along… Read more →
MARSEILLE, France – Secrecy is the watchword at the Miramas test track. This is clearly a different type of launch; engineers are under strict instructions… Read more →
Infiniti is still one of those fringe brands that people outside the motoring hemisphere aren’t yet au fait with. I know this because every time… Read more →
While much has been written about gains in dynamics and efficiency afforded products built of the Volkswagen Group’s new lightweight MQB platform the true advantage of this highly adaptable architecture has, to date, yet to be fully appreciated within a South African context. The introduction of the new Golf SV (dubbed Sportsvan in European markets), however, highlights the versatile nature of this platform.