It was a good week for Tesla.
The automotive news wheel is always turning. If you’re not constantly checking CarAdvice – which you should be doing, by the way – it can be easy for some headlines
Japanese brand confirms motorsport entry for 2019
Toyota USA has announced it will be entering the Supra into the 2019 NASCAR Xfinity Series (NXS), despite the production car still not having been
New images show next-gen flagship’s cabin for the first time
Photographers have snapped the next Mercedes-Benz S-Class during development testing this week, well ahead of its 2019/2020 reveal.
Usually, when we have a classic car visit our garage, we undertake an old versus new comparison, pointing out differences in driving, exterior, and technology etc. But not this time.
When Honda offered
New-generation MPV drops some camouflage in latest images.
The next-generation Mercedes-Benz B-Class has been spied in Germany this week, wearing a thinner disguise for a closer look at the new MPV’s
A high-roller for high rollers.
Customisation is in vogue at the moment, but choice can be seriously confusing. In our configurator challenge, we let the CarAdvice team loose on a manufacturer’s
Coming off a low base, but still useful growth.
Peugeot is among the fastest-growing brands in Australia this year, recording a 24.1 per cent sales bump during the first half of 2018.
New deals designed to drive interest in Chinese SUVs.
Haval has trimmed the price of its H2 and H6 SUVs, lowering the cost of entry to $22,990 drive-away and $28,990 drive-away respectively.
Brand’s smallest SUV prepares for renewed competitors
The updated BMW X1 has been spied undergoing testing near the company’s headquarters in Munich, Germany.
When the second-generation
Slinky study tips hat to the legendary Silver Arrows.
Mercedes-Benz has teased the Aesthetic Progressive Luxury retro-futuristic concept ahead of its reveal at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance
Slow-selling hatchback could be given a new lease on life
Lexus could keep the CT hatchback alive into a second generation, despite small volumes and the worlds insatiable desire for SUVs.
But Hyundai wants head office to create a bigger brother
Hyundai has confirmed the Santa Cruz ute will go into production for North America by 2020. Great news, right? Well, there’s no guarantee
Paying tribute to the 500 Jolly Spiaggina, darling of the Italian Riviera.
Fiat has taken the wraps off a special-edition 500, designed to commemorate six decades since the canvas-topped 500 Jolly ‘Spiaggina’
Twin-turbo liftback gets its badge and gun up north.
The Queensland Police Service has confirmed the arrival of a new Road Policing Command vehicle, this week officially adding the Kia Stinger V6 to
Pair of two-door Grand Tourers gets a special makeover.
Aston Martin has revealed details about a pair of one-off DB11 V8 creations, born in the bespoke ‘Q’ department at Gaydon.
Petrol-electric Forester will be joined by new XV hybrid shortly afterwards
Subaru Australia should launch its first petrol-electric hybrid vehicles before the end of next year, with first cab off the
Subaru Australia’s importer admits there are some buyers “concerned” at the lack of a higher-performance turbocharged petrol engine in the company’s new Forester.
It’s not news, but the overhauled
Australian allocation has been increased by 50 per cent.
Hyundai has hit the ground running with its first factory performance hatchback, the i30N. In fact, if you joint the queue for a new one today,
HiLux, Ranger and Triton top the list, pickups nudge 20 per cent market share
Australia’s three most popular new vehicles in June – perennially the biggest sales month of the year – were
It’s a relatively new name to Australia, but Skoda is making an impact with its customers.
Skoda has taken out the latest Roy Morgan customer satisfaction survey, with a 97.5 per cent satisfaction
Audi has revealed the interior of its upcoming e-tron electric SUV, amid speculation its launch has been delayed after CEO Rupert Stadler was arrested over the risk of ‘evidence suppression’.