Toby Hagon Local car maker plans return to top selling position three years after shutting its local manufacturing operations.
Toby Hagon, drive.com.au It may look almost the same but the new Holden Colorado represents a fresh start for Holden.
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.
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 Monaro-Aventador hybrid for sale on eBay.
Matt Campbell White, silver, black and grey remain the most popular car colour choices.
Andrew Maclean A handful of the top cars that are built on formula one technology.
Hatch meets wagon
Andrew Maclean It looks a bit odd, but the wagon-cum-hatchback delivers where it counts.
David McCowen Australians' love affair with high performance continues apace, even if they can't use it.
Tony Davis braves the knockers to list his best local models of all time. Let the arguments begin.
Stephen Ottley If you think diesel is only for truckies, think again. A diesel-powered car has won Drive’s Car of the Year award for the first time.
Hand-made luxury cars sold to Snoop Dogg and Arab sheikhs for up to half a million dollars each.
Lawrence Money He was 'Legs' because he escaped trouble so often. Today his car runs on.
Matt Campbell Jetsons-style commuters could be on their way after test flights of two aeromobiles.
David Morley Compare second-hand luxury vehicles with that new-car smell to see where the better value lies.
Steve Colquhoun Lexus leads, Volkswagen struggles as technology causes headaches.
With a fleet of vehicles resembling huge insects and spaceships, motoring enthusiasts from around the world gathered in Darwin for a car race with a difference.
Stephen Lacey Getting to the waves with boards has always required wheels. Stephen Lacey looks at Australia's favourites.