2021 Maserati Quattroporte hybrid spy photos | CarAdvice

The Italian super sedan has been caught testing, with the possibility of the model receiving a plug-in hybrid powertrain option next year. The 2021 Maserati Quattroporte has been spied in testing in light camouflage, hinting at what could be a hybrid version for the ageing model. Two weeks ago Maserati Continue Reading

Tesla’s Cybertruck could change colour with extreme temperatures | CarAdvice

Owners may have the option of changing the colour of their Tesla Cybertruck through a process called tempering. The highly anticipated and controversially-styled Tesla Cybertruck may be able to change colour when heat is applied to the body. According to a story published on electric-car website Electrek, the technique known Continue Reading

Waving goodbye to the Renault Clio | CarAdvice

The Renault Clio has always been a bit of an unorthodox gem. Regardless of the generation or model year, it remained a fun, small, inner-city hatchback brimming with French flair and intrigue. The new, fifth-generation Renault Clio promised all of those things. Sadly, Australians will not get the opportunity to Continue Reading

2020 Land Rover Discovery Sport long-term review: Is family life better with an SUV? | CarAdvice

A month in, we pick apart living with the Discovery Sport as a family of four – dog included. Pros and Cons Pros Excellent second row for both rearward- and forward-facing baby seats Even-sized boot is handy for transportation of pets Meets the brief so far of making family life Continue Reading

Around the tracks: A Commodore ute for sale in the US, a neglected Testarossa and a ceiling fan for your car | CarAdvice

Plus, the world’s highest paid automotive influencer and one man’s Corvette epiphany. When we’re not creating it ourselves, the CarAdvice team spends a lot of time finding and consuming motoring content from all over the world. Here’s a handful of the photos, articles, videos or social media posts that most Continue Reading

2020 Toyota LandCruiser 200 Sahara review | CarAdvice

Is Toyota’s 4×4 king of the hill finally over the hill? We take a top-spec Sahara to find out. Pros and Cons Pros Torquey, effortless V8 diesel Still very capable off-road Lots of bells and whistles to impress your friends Cons Undoubtedly expensive, especially in Sahara specification Missing modern active-safety Continue Reading

2021 Kia Stinger facelift spied without disguise – UPDATE | CarAdvice

Stinger set for a lightweight makeover as question marks hover over powertrain changes UPDATE: New photos of the refreshed 2021 Kia Stinger have surfaced since this story was scheduled. We have now added them to the body and revised the words of this story. The updated 2021 Kia Stinger has Continue Reading

2022 Renault Trafic to get safety upgrade, but five-star rating unlikely | CarAdvice

In two years the Renault Trafic will finally adopt autonomous emergency braking – four years after the Toyota Hiace and Ford Transit – but it may not elevate its crash rating. The Renault Trafic will finally adopt autonomous emergency braking two years from now – four years after the Toyota Continue Reading

BMW to debut remote engine start function, but is it legal to use? | CarAdvice

Analysis of road rules across Australia suggests remote engine start – via phone – may not be legal to operate, despite being offered by an increasing number of car brands. BMW will debut a remote engine start function on its upcoming 4 Series, 5 Series, and M5 Competition vehicles. The Continue Reading

Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona Independent Competizione heads to auction

In less than two weeks RM Sotheby’s one-of-a-kind Online Only SHIFT/MONTEREY auction, is set to open for bidding on 10 August. One exceptionally rare and historically significant race car that has joined the illustrious consignment list is a striking 1971 Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona Independent Competizione. Ferrari’s Daytona Competizione model began Continue Reading