Stephanie Gardiner A Sydney couple has woken up to find their silver Porsche missing after thieves broke into their home, stole the keys and drove away in the rare car, which is worth more than a quarter of a million...
Greg Kable Bigger but lighter, with more performance but better efficiency.
Richard Blackburn Spy cameras have snapped the German maker’s all-new softroader undisguised.
Richard Blackburn Car maker's fastest-ever model begins final prototype testing.
With a return in demand for luxury cars, Porsche may make its costliest car yet.
Porsche, the heavily indebted maker of German luxury sports cars, has rejected a merger offer by Volkswagen, Europe's biggest car maker.
The German government says it has stopped examining a request for public aid by luxury sports car maker Porsche, which insisted talks were still being pursued.
Jez Spinks, drive.com.au BMW is aiming to lure sports car drivers into their traditional on-road nemesis, the 4WD, with its new X6 coupe.
Richard Blackburn The car Enzo Ferrari once described as the world's most beautiful, the E-Type, has been reimagined.
Stephen Ottley German giant will use racing technology to build a supercar to rival the LaFerrari.
Adam Taylor Reviled ultra-rich car club is a signpost to China's growing social chasm.
Andrew Maclean A handful of Australia's richest car collectors are set to splurge more than $20 million on a trio of hybrid supercars they can't even road-register here.
Toby Hagon Three supercars line up on the grid for the ultimate bragging rights.
Andrew Maclean Hybrid hypercar has an odd name, but who cares when it's the fastest car to wear the Prancing Horse badge.
Chris Woodyard Optimistic sports car makers insist their 320km/h rockets really are practical.
Matt Campbell Aston Martin has spun a station wagon concept off its Rapide four-seater.
Sam Hall New four-door performance luxury car headed for Down Under.
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.
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 Survey ranks Toyota the tenth best brand in the world, closely followed by Mercedes-Benz and BMW.