Matt Campbell Japanese luxury brand planning a pair of new two-door sports models.
Richard Blackburn Lexus has announced sharp pricing for its first venture into the performance car market.
Andrew Maclean Small prestige cars aren't new but they're more popular than ever.
Andrew MacLean and David McCowen There is plenty to look forward to at the top end of the motor market in a bumper 2014.
Matt Campbell Four entry-level luxury sedans do battle for budget-conscious buyers with top-end tastes.
Matt Campbell Two wheels, instead of four, for super bike inspired by the radical 4C supercar.
Greg Kable Prestige German brand joins growing league of city-based off roaders with tiny Q1.
David McCowen Australians' love affair with high performance continues apace, even if they can't use it.
Super car An owner of one of just 10 Lexus supercars coming to Australia – and only 500 in the world – has had his $700,000 car covered in chrome.
Toby Hagon More dealers, cheaper models as brand plans ten-fold increase in sales.
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.
David McCowen A top secret prototype of the upcoming drop-top has been spotted in the wild.
Bruce Newton The E-Class sedan will soon have a more affordable four-cylinder entry-level model.
Steve Colquhoun Lexus leads, Volkswagen struggles as technology causes headaches.
Greg Kable German and Japanese giants announce a partnership to build a new sports car that could revive the Celica or Supra.
Toby Hagon Top secret car design sketches of Hybrid supercar break cover ahead of 2012 Geneva motor show.
Martha Linden Women are better at parking than men, according to new research from Britain.
Steve Kantor admits that he likes to travel in style. He is an affable investment banker, concerned about flaunting his wealth, but he drives around Manhattan in what looks like a simple black...
Barry Park There are some classic pieces of motoring machinery that are not long for this world.
Jerry Flint, Forbes.com In coming years a high-priced, prestige car may not mean big and roomy. It's just as likely to be small and green.