Chris Harris A race-bred Ford GT40 has set a new record for the highest price paid for an American car sold at auction.
Tony Davis The Huracán is about to blow in to replace the company's most successful model.
Stephen Ottley German maker's latest family hauler allows you to find your car using your phone.
Andrew Maclean Small prestige cars aren't new but they're more popular than ever.
Sam Hall Holden is going but the performance arm it spawned has vowed to carry on.
Matt Campbell Prestige brands rumoured to be looking at premium utility vehicles.
Matt Campbell Special edition hatch adds a luxury marque to its name, and plenty to the price tag.
Samuel Shen, Norihiko Shirouzu Chinese luxury car dealers use dubious perks to add lustre to ubiquitous brands.
Stephen Ottley A 1960s-era motor racing transporter has sparked a bizarre bidding war.
Joshua Dowling Why the next big thing in luxury cars is small. And rugged.
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Neil Lyndon The cars of the future will be designed by women, built by anyone, send status updates and fly over traffic.
David Undercoffler The world's wealthiest car collectors showed off their wheels at the annual Concours d'Elegance.
Stephen Ottley British brand downsizes to four- and six-cylinder engines to appeal to a wider audience.
Mahesh Sharma FAMILY-OWNED racing team Kelly has facilitated the biggest shake-up in V8 Supercar history by using cloud technology to redesign a mid-sized road sedan in six months.
Matt Campbell Survey ranks Toyota the tenth best brand in the world, closely followed by Mercedes-Benz and BMW.
Stephen Ottley The British spy turns 50 this week and in that time he’s managed to drive quite a collection of cars, we rate his best.
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.
Matt Campbell It looks like there will be a Falcon on our roads after 2016, but it may be wearing a Bentley badge rather than a Ford one.
Greg Kable Could an Aston Martin fitted with an engine developed by Mercedes-Benz's performance arm, AMG, be a match made in revhead heaven?