Toby Hagon oversees all things Drive across Fairfax’s broad range of publications, which includes Drive.com.au. Drive is a leader in online automotive editorial content and its authoritative articles, videos, blogs and analysis pieces are also distributed across some of Australia’s leading news websites, including smh.com.au, theage.com.au, brisbanetimes.com.au, canberratimes.com.au and watoday.com.au.
Toby Hagon You need millions, plus a demonstrated passion for the Prancing Horse, to have any chance at the LaFerrari.
Toby Hagon Italian sports car maker to commit to an Australian track day celebration next year.
Toby Hagon Three-cylinder engine and Prius-beating consumption, but BMW’s i8 packs sports car punch.
Toby Hagon Not everybody who wants McLaren’s hybrid-powered P1 will be allowed to buy one.
Toby Hagon Three supercars line up on the grid for the ultimate bragging rights.
Toby Hagon and Richard Blackburn The next breed of fuel efficient sports cars is set to capitalise on record sales of cars designed more for fun than practicality.
Toby Hagon More dealers, cheaper models as brand plans ten-fold increase in sales.
Toby Hagon Multi-million dollar Ferrari supercar makes its first partial showing months before the final hybrid-powered car is due to be completed.
Toby Hagon The rush to introduce connected technology into new cars could be shortlived as software and hardware updates render them obsolete.
Toby Hagon Rolls-Royce buyers prepared to pay can really stamp their own mark on a car.
Toby Hagon Modern cars rely on electronics for almost every facet of their operation, so gone are the days of having a tinker yourself.
Toby Hagon Top secret car design sketches of Hybrid supercar break cover ahead of 2012 Geneva motor show.
Toby Hagon After multiple leaks, Mercedes-Benz has officially pulled the covers of its new SL convertible sports car.
Toby Hagon, drive.com.au A senior General Motors executive says solar power may be part of the answer to the nation's oil dependence.
Toby Hagon, drive.com.au It may look almost the same but the new Holden Colorado represents a fresh start for Holden.
Toby Hagon, drive.com.au Audi has turned up the heat on its sexy TT with a faster, more focused TTS variant.