Someone’s clearly been reading Sun Tzu’s The Art of War. Having closely followed the furore over the 2017 C-HR’s genre-breaking styling; which many said was… Read more →
A fruity turbodiesel murmurs through the cabin as we cautiously make our way up a rutted gravel hill. If we didn’t know any better we’d… Read more →
Porsche introduced their first SUV (tractors don’t count), the Cayenne, way back when in 2003, smartphones were still small and Mixit was the preferred platform… Read more →
We get sideways and smoky – discussing all things drift with SA’s reigning Supadrift champion, Jim Mc Farlane It’s like I’ve undergone a Clark Kent/Superman transformation…. Read more →
Don’t think because General Tire’s latest General Grabber AT3 and X3 are tough and rugged that they’re not completely cutting edge. We trek to the… Read more →
Look back at the history of the automobile and you’ll be amazed at how many have been created. Most have since disappeared but which have gone the distance?
Jaguar’s first-ever SUV – deserves a baptism of fire. We drove it 2 600 km on dirt roads from Johannesburg to Cape Town to really test its mettle
Enzo Ferrari: ‘Aerodynamics are for people who can’t build engines’, but the Ferrari 250 GTO’s form owes more to the wind tunnel than to the stylist’s pen
When it comes to automobile design, these 10 stylists have had a lot of influence over the past 50 years.
We pit the Prius against SA’s most frugal cars to ask – how exactly does one measure ‘economy’? And how do electric, hybrid and combustion engines compare?