The real last Holden Commodore built was bought by a factory worker – report | CarAdvice

The incredible story of how a factory worker ended up with what is claimed to be the last locally-made Holden Commodore. A Holden factory worker bought what is claimed to be the last locally-made Commodore – even though the carmaker says it kept it as a museum piece. The incredible Continue Reading

Lamborghini Sián gets the Lego treatment | CarAdvice

You can now own one of the rarest Lamborghini supercars ever made, as long as you build it yourself. Lego has taken the wraps off the latest in its expanding Tecknic series, the Lamborghini Sián FKP 37. The 1:8th scale model comprises 3696 pieces to recreate the stunning hybrid supercar, Continue Reading

Has the new-car market bounced back? Early signs good for May | CarAdvice

The Australian new-car market is still recovering from the coronavirus crisis but there are glimpses of hope from some sections of the industry. Car dealers representing some of Australia’s biggest brands are cautiously optimistic about a market recovery in May – and believe the worst of the coronavirus crisis might Continue Reading

Ford Ranger ramps up production in response to sales surge | CarAdvice

Ford Australia has made an urgent call to ask the Thailand factory to work overtime to help meet the recent spike in demand.  Ford is urgently trying to address stock shortages of the Ranger ute in the lead up to June 30 – customarily the biggest month of the year Continue Reading

New Toyota HiLux back on! Updated model due in late August | CarAdvice

Toyota dealers have been told a facelifted Toyota HiLux is due in showrooms in late August – a month later than first planned but sooner than the revised delivery timing. The mid-life facelift for the Toyota HiLux is due in Australian showrooms in late August, dealers have been told. This Continue Reading

Jeep Gladiator ute arrives in Australian showrooms | CarAdvice

First batch of Jeep Gladiator utes has begun arriving in Australian showrooms and dealers are quoting up to $95,000 drive-away due to limited supply. The long awaited Jeep Gladiator has arrived in local showrooms in limited numbers as the first batch of vehicles cleared quarantine and were delivered to dealerships Continue Reading

Tesla Cybertruck won’t be five per cent smaller after all, compact ute could follow | CarAdvice

Tesla boss Elon Musk says there has been a rethink and the Cybertruck will only be slightly smaller than the concept vehicle, but a compact electric pick-up could follow. The Tesla Cybertruck is likely going to have many people pulling out their tape measures when it eventually arrives in showrooms, Continue Reading

2020 Ford Mustang R-Spec review | CarAdvice

Looking for a deal on this car? Chat to us now What happens when you beef up and supercharge an already quick five-litre V8 Mustang? Pros and Cons Pros Savage powertrain Cost of entry You’ll win the hearts of many admirers Cons You can’t buy a brand-new one anymore Ride Continue Reading

The car with an entertainment screen for the front seat passenger | CarAdvice

A Chinese car company has come up with an entertainment screen for front seat passengers. A United States patent application by Chinese electric car maker Nio has revealed details of a new entertainment screen for the front-seat passenger. While the patent is more focused on an airbag module named the Continue Reading

Gordon Murray Automotive T.50: the 980kg supercar | CarAdvice

While some car makers chase performance by adding power, Gordon Murray has pursued it by stripping weight. British supercar maker Gordon Murray Automotive (GMA) has this week confirmed its T.50 supercar will weigh in at only 980kg – fulfilling a target set for the car last year. Last year, Gordon Continue Reading