Mercedes-Benz has put to rest rumours of the company releasing a pick-up by confirming, in the last week of October 2016, that they will sell a four door utility vehicle. The X Class vehicle was unveiled in Sweden and will become the fourth commercial vehicle line the German based company will market.It will stand as […]Read More Mercedes-Benz Joins The Ute Club.
Australia’s No.1 auto website, carsales.com.au, has expanded its sponsorship portfolio to cricket and will be a major sponsor of the Melbourne Renegades men’s and women’s teams in their T20 Big Bash title bids. The partnership covers the next two BBL seasons and the next WBBL season and will see the company’s branding displayed on the […]Read More Carsales.com.au launches into cricket with Renegades sponsorship.
Self-driving vehicles will play a crucial role in improving transportation safety and accelerating the world’s transition to a sustainable future. Full autonomy will enable a Tesla to be substantially safer than a human driver, lower the financial cost of transportation for those who own a car and provide low-cost on-demand mobility for those who do […]Read More Tesla Takes The Next Step To Hands Free Driving
Hyundai’s quirky four door hatchback, the Veloster, has been given a limited edition model run of just 200 units. Painted Dazzling Blue Mica and given some cool looking black clad alloys, the Veloster Street Turbo spent a week with A Wheel Thing.With a starting price of $35750 plus on roads for a six speed manual […]Read More 2017 Hyundai Veloster Street Turbo: Car Review
There’s a calling that emanates from a relatively innocuous hill in the central west of New South Wales. But this bump in the earth’s surface, just to the south of the former gold mining town of Bathurst, is home to a road that doubles as a race track and, once a year, becomes the home […]Read More Holden Special Vehicles Clubsport R8 Track Edition: HSV Goes To Bathurst.
Hyundai‘s i30 has quickly become a staple on Australian roads, taking the fight up to Ford’s Focus, Kia’s Cerato and Toyota’s Corolla. It’s an award winning car and for good reason, with a high quality level of fit and finish plus Australian tuning for the ride. Hyundai’s bundled everything into one package for the manual […]Read More Hyundai i30 SR: Car Review
When an SUV is nominated for, and wins, best car awards, there’s a fair bet something is being done right by the company that builds it. Kia’s Sorento was carsguide’s 2015 Car of the Year, Drive’s best SUV for 2015, and a winner in Australia’s Best Cars Family Wagon and SUV categories. A Wheel Thing […]Read More 2016 Kia Sorento Si Petrol: Car Review.