1938 Peugeot 402 Darl’mat Special Sport set for Bonhams sale

A super rare 1938 Peugeot 402 Darl’mat Special Sport is coming up for sale Bonhams Les Grandes Marques du Monde à Paris on 3rd March 2021. One of just thirty surviving cars, it is a fascinating example of the heady days of the aerodynamic sports car era of the 1930s. Continue Reading

Tesla Model S convertible unveiled by Ares Design | CarAdvice

The sleek roadster will reportedly be available for purchase if demand is high, however no pricing figures have been revealed by the Italian design house. Luxury Italian coachbuilder Ares Design has unveiled a one-off Tesla Model S two-door convertible, with more examples expected roll out of the studio if demand Continue Reading

Ford Mustang to go fully electric in 2029 – report | CarAdvice

The quintessential V8 may drop petrol power all together by the end of the decade. The next-generation Ford Mustang may drop its iconic V8 engine for an all-electric powertrain. According to industry news outlet Autoline, data company AutoForecast Solutions has released information on the new-gen Mustang, which could see production Continue Reading

Australia’s state-based approach to electric vehicles is nonsense | CarAdvice

Hot on the heels of MG releasing Australia’s most affordable pure electric car – the 43-grand drive-away ZS EV – two states did exactly what you’d expect blinkered governments to do. They proposed an ill-thought-out and poorly planned new tax. MG isn’t the only one either. Tesla has been plugging Continue Reading

The Drive Five: The week’s most interesting stories | CarAdvice

Catch up on the best content you might have missed from the Drive homepage. As you might be aware, 2021 marks the year CarAdvice and Drive become one – bringing together both sites’ top-shelf automotive content under the one banner. For you, dear reader, not much will change. We’re still Continue Reading

2020 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon Recon two-door review | CarAdvice

This short Wrangler is a big deal. Jeep fans have been crying out for the two-door Rubicon to return, but you’d better be quick. Pros and Cons Pros Short wheelbase + Rubicon capability Roly-poly soft-sprung all-terrain fun Quite well kitted out, inside and out Cons Cramped driver’s footwell Noisy little Continue Reading

BMW M outsells Mercedes-AMG globally in 2020 – but AMG remains on top in Australia | CarAdvice

M division beats its star-branded German rival globally in 2020, but in Australia AMG reigns supreme. BMW M has beaten Mercedes-AMG in the international performance-car sales race in 2020, despite a global pandemic – however, the brands’ Australian arms tell a contrasting tale. BMW M shifted 144,218 vehicles globally in Continue Reading

Toyota trademarks Celica name, hinting at new sports car | CarAdvice

Celica name trademarked in the US – could a new Toyota sports car be on the way? Toyota has trademarked the Celica name in the US, suggesting the brand’s iconic affordable sports car could make a comeback. Toyota filed to protect the name with the US Patent and Trademark Office Continue Reading

Suzuki Jimny production ramps up in India, five-door due in 2022 – report | CarAdvice

As Suzuki ramps-up production of its three-door off-roader, a report claims a five-door will join the range in 2022. The rumoured Suzuki Jimny five-door is expected to be unveiled this year ahead of its showroom arrival in 2021, according to an overseas report. Autocar India say Indian exports of the Continue Reading

2021 Porsche Taycan Cross Turismo spied undisguised | CarAdvice

High-riding wagon spotted sans camouflage, revealing window line and wheel design. The 2021 Porsche Taycan Cross Turismo has been spied undisguised, ahead of its expected reveal in the coming months. The black example spotted in the US by Instagram user @t1dso – and subsequently reposted on Spanish forum Cochespias – Continue Reading