26.6.2019 03:55 pm
Unveiled at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit back in January, Lexus has now officially announced pricing for the updated RC F and it’s more focused sibling, the RC F Track.
Taking after the LS aesthetically, the RC’s exterior differences consist of a new Spindle Grille, updated LED headlights with the now trademark integrated L-shaped daytime running LEDs, a new carbon lip spoiler, restyled F sport bodykit, a redesigned rear bumper, new taillight clusters and newly designed 19-inch alloy wheels.
Reportedly set to make its long awaited debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September, the all-new Land Rover Defender has allegedly been shown in full thanks to a clutch of new spy images.
Kia is reportedly plotting a new compact MPV to challenge the likes of the Suzuki Ertiga, Honda BR-V, Mahindra Marazzo and the recently launched Renault Triber in India.
Teased back in April as Ford’s new segment filler between the EcoSport and the all-new Kuga, a new teaser video has emerged of the revived Puma ahead of its newly confirmed world debut this coming Wednesday (26 June).
The future of the Audi has once come in for questioning following a new report that it could well continue for another generation.
South Africa is bakkie country and one of the most popular leisure bakkies, if not the most popular, is Ford’s Ranger Double Cab.
With pricing for the limited run Hilux GR Sport having leaked last week, Toyota has now announced sticker prices for the all-new Hilux Legend 50 set for introduction next month.
Mini has provided a glimpse of what to expect from its hardcore new John Cooper Works (JCW) GP when it debuted the prototype this past weekend as the curtain raiser for the Nürburgring 24 Hours.
After a prolonged testing period and much speculation, Audi finally revealed its sportiest Q8 this past weekend when it lifted the wraps off of the SQ8 TDI.
While its next generation BT-50 will share both the underpinnings and engines with Isuzu’s forthcoming all-new D-Max, a report from Japan has claimed that Mazda could be supplying its brand-new rear-wheel-drive platform and straight-six engines to Toyota as part of a reported partnership.
Despite having made its world debut back in February, Jaguar has a released a series of paintings and indeed a video depicting the facelifed XE it claims “blur(s) the lines between art and reality”.
An unexpected market entrant confirmed in November last year, Ford Motor Company Southern Africa (FMCSA) has reportedly revealed that only 55 examples of the Steve McQueen tribute Mustang Bullitt has been allocated for local muscle car fans.
Porsche’s GT division head has silenced fears of an impending switch to electrification, saying, “(it is) not something we think about at the moment”.
While initially expected to have debuted at this year’s Frankfurt Motor Show in September, a fresh report from the United States has instead claimed that the all-new BMW M3 and M4 will instead bow next year as 2021 US model year derivative.
Having remained largely unaltered since bowing three years ago, notwithstanding the inclusion of the Type R last year, Honda South Africa has given the Civic a mid-life facelift in an attempt to “fine tune a winning formula”.