Mazda: 60 Years of Coupes | CarAdvice

A pictorial trip through the Japanese brand’s history of sporty coupes. When Mazda launched its first passenger car onto Japanese domestic market, little did it know it would set a blueprint for the following 60 years. That car, the pretty little R360 coupe was designed to fit into Japan’s ‘kei’ Continue Reading

60 years since Sir Stirling Moss first Lotus victory

On 29 May 1960, Sir Stirling Moss drove his Lotus for almost three hours of punishing racing, battling through the rain on the streets of Monte Carlo to win the Monaco Grand Prix. It was the first victory in a Formula 1 world championship race for Lotus. Exactly 60 years Continue Reading

Lexus celebrates 30 years in Australia | CarAdvice

Toyota’s Japanese luxury brand has been on Australian roads for three decades. Toyota’s luxury vehicle division Lexus has celebrated 30 years in Australia after bringing its first cars to local showrooms in May 1990. Over its 30 year tenure in Australia, Lexus has sold a total of 142,931 new cars Continue Reading

60 Years of groundbreaking Mazda Coupes

Mazda is celebrating 100 years this year and the Japanese firm has come a long way since its first car, the R360 which was launched in 1960. Since then it has gone on to release an impressive range of stylish coupe models, each one employing a unique style and an Continue Reading

Bosch celebrates 25 years of electronic stability control | CarAdvice

German engineering giant claims it has saved 15,000 lives and prevented close to 500,000 injury accidents. May 19 marked 25 years since Bosch introduced electronic stability control to the new-car market. This ground-breaking technology debuted on the 1995 Mercedes-Benz S-Class. Bosch claims the then-revolutionary technology has gone on to save Continue Reading

Celebrating 70 years since Maserati 4CLT double F1 win

Whilst 2020 marks Formula One’s milestone 70-year anniversary, April also featured an historic 70 years since Maserati not only competed in the first Formula One World Championship season, but also recorded a famous Formula One ‘double’ win – achieved by two different Maserati racing cars driven by two audacious racing Continue Reading

Bolwell is back, 40 years after the Nagari –Australian Muscle Car Magazine

February 13th, 2020 by mcowner | No Comments | Filed in Uncategorized | Half a century ago, tiny Melbourne car maker Bolwell released the stunning Nagari coupe – a 5.0-litre Ford V8-powered sleek two-seater that looked like a Ferrari or Lamborghini and yet didn’t cost a whole more than a Continue Reading