Historic Winton - Honouring the Past – Australia’s largest and most popular all-historic motor race meeting presents two big days of non-stop racing. The event will feature over 400 historic racing cars and motorbikes from the 1920s to the 1980s plus a huge heritage display of veteran and vintage vehicles.
With help from Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson, Ford pulled the covers off their 2018-model Mustang today; with the update to the sixth generation 'Pony Car' described by the carmaker as the most advanced Mustang ever.
To celebrate DTM driver Marco Wittman’s second championship in the German Touring Car series last year, BMW has produced 200 units of a special M4 ‘DTM Champion Edition’, 10 of which have been confirmed for Australian delivery.
Following on from Jaguar’s recreation of E Type Lightweight and XKSS models from their back catalogue, Aston Martin are doing the same, building a small run of “continuation” models of their C1959 DB4 GT – the short wheelbase version of the DB4.
Holden has today revealed first images and more details of the all-new Commodore ahead of its Australian launch early in 2018. The next-gen Commodore takes cutting-edge safety, driving and infotainment technology and makes it available for today’s Australians, everywhere. The next-generation Holden Commodore is democratizing technology.
Following changes to ADR type approval requirements that cleared the Morgan 3 Wheeler for Australian sale, the rest of the classic Morgan range has now been confirmed as ADR-approved, with Australian-delivered models subject to new pricing, too.