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Shelby’s personal Cobra in original condition …

August 22, 2016 | | Comments Off

The first Shelby Cobra fetched US$13.75 million (NZ$18.8m) at the annual Pebble Beach Concours d’ Elegance auction. The car, known as CSX 2000, is the original prototype, built in 1962 when Carroll Shelby shoehorned a 4.3-litre (260 cubic-inch) Ford V8 into the engine bay of a British-made AC Ace. It never left Shelby’s hands –...

Edna, the Vito van with a kick-ass electric motor

August 8, 2016 | | Comments Off

Atieva is an automotive start-up, a Silicon Valley company that designs, develops, and builds electric powertrains and is working on an electric vehicle. Some time back its owners/developers set up a drag race between its all-wheel-drive electric van, called Edna, and a Tesla Model S and Ferrari California. Edna blew them away. It is...

Here’s why ‘Graham’ looks like he does …

July 23, 2016 | | Comments Off

Australian artist Patricia Piccinin teamed up with trauma surgeon Christian Kenfield and Monash University road safety engineer Dr. David Logan to craft a human body impervious to the forces involved in car accidents. What came out of the collaboration is Graham, bulbous head and all. “The truth is, cars have evolved a lot faster...

The men who stood under an air-borne nuclear explosion

July 21, 2016 | | Comments Off

Fifty-nine years ago this week, five US military men stood directly under the detonation point of an atomic bomb test. Code-named ‘John’, the 1.7 kiloton warhead exploded 5000 metres above them in the Nevada desert, bathing them in bright light. The sixth volunteer filmed them. All six developed cancer in their 40s and 50s. Four...

Working Subaru engine, courtesy of a 3D printer

July 20, 2016 | | Comments Off

From America’s Road & Track magazine comes a working 3D-printed replica of Subaru’s flat-four engine, scaled down to 35 per cent. It was put together by a fellow named Eric Harrell, who has shared its files to allow those with a 3D printer to print out their own version. Harrell has also 3D-printed a replica [&hellip...

Safety group criticises SUV headlights

July 13, 2016 | | Comments Off

The headlights on many popular SUVs are inadequate, says American motoring watchdog the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). It tested 21 models and only four received an ‘acceptable’ rating. The headlights in the other 17 were either ‘poor’ or ‘marginable...

Fourth of July party sends cars flying through the air

July 8, 2016 | | Comments Off

The folks around the Alaskan town of Glacier View have their own way of celebrating US Independence Day – they launch beat-up cars from a 150m runaway and over a 100m-high bluff. Been doing it since 2005, at a party that began in 1996. This Fourth of July they planned on launching four vehicles, but [&hellip...

Hyundai’s i30 N car – video offers clue to power output

July 7, 2016 | | Comments Off

Hyundai’s first high-performance N division car will be the hatchback i30 variant – and it is likely to be in New Zealand late next year with a turbocharged 2.0-litre engine under the bonnet. A clue to its power and torque delivery is contained in this video from the carmaker. Could it be 195kW/310Nm...

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Recycling plug-in power from used Toyota Prius imports

August 27, 2016 | | Comments Off

Toyota NZ is bringing in used examples from Japan of the plug-in Prius, the car it tested when new but later rejected for various reasons, among them the price. The Prius PHEVs (plug-in hybrid electric vehicle) are previous-generation models, no longer being built. The deal is they must be aged between two and four years [&hellip...


New Kia Rio hatch: Could there be a GT variant?

August 25, 2016 | | Comments Off

Kia says its fourth-generation Rio will offer class-leading practicality, better ride and handling, and the latest infotainment technology when it arrives in New Zealand around the middle of next year. The teaser sketches it has just released hint that the carmaker is working to build a larger gap between the five-door and its smaller...


Shelby’s original 1962 Cobra sells for record price

August 22, 2016 | | Comments Off

The first Shelby Cobra (above) has become the most expensive American car sold at auction, fetching US$13.75 million (NZ$18.8m) at the annual Pebble Beach Concours d’ Elegance. But the undoubted star of the auction scene was the 1956 Le Mans winner, a 1955 Jaguar D-Type which fetched US$21.780,000 (NZ$29.8m). Jaguar magazine said...


Watch brand’s salute to Jaguar and Aston Martin racing history

August 21, 2016 | | Comments Off

British-designed, Swiss-made watch brand Christopher Ward is launching a pair of new limited-edition timepieces, both inspired by milestones in Great Britain’s car racing history. The C9 D-Type pays homage to the Jaguar D-Type that won three Le Mans championships from 1955 to 1957, while the C9DB4 ‘1VEV’ is a ticking tribute to the...


German-built V6 Amarok has special appeal in ute segment

August 18, 2016 | | Comments Off

Volkswagen’s V6 Amarok ute will hit the ground running in New Zealand in November, if only because it is being built at the company’s plant in Hanover, Germany. The updated Amarok V6 will come from Germany until towards the middle of next year, when production shifts to VW’s South American plant, in Pacheco, Argentine, alongside...


Honda Civic hatchback – the first pictures

August 16, 2016 | | Comments Off

Honda headquarters in Japan has released official images of its Civic hatchback, more than six months out from the car’s arrival in New Zealand. The company let go the limited line-up of exterior pictures after unofficial images of an undisguised Civic hatch appeared online last week. They show that the production version is pretty...


Will new Toyota Supra be as ‘popular’ as Previa?

August 12, 2016 | | Comments Off

A Toyota Supra will take on the Honda NSX and Nissan GT-R in a battle for supercar supremacy between the Japanese carmakers. Toyota has moved to resurrect the Supra name, last used in 2002. Its headquarters in Japan has applied for trademark protection for the moniker from intellectual property offices in Australia and Europe. The...


Amon drives down memory lane … Shelby’s there, too

August 10, 2016 | | Comments Off

• NZ Autocar magazine pays tribute to Chris Amon in its next edition, due August 25. This story will be part of the special feature. Chris Amon laughed at the yarn about Carroll Shelby, the larger-than-life American motorsport legend, who helped Amon and fellow Kiwi Bruce McLaren win the 1966 Le Mans 24-hour race. Shelby [&hellip...

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Ford Mondeo wagon an allrounder with good road manners

April 1, 2016 | | Comments Off

The fourth-generation Ford Mondeo seemed to sneak into New Zealand under the radar last year. One minute it was still on its way, the next it was here and had been for a few months. There was no fanfare, no Ford town crier hailing its arrival. Ford NZ said it couldn’t get every Mondeo model [&hellip...


At the wheel: Lexus gives mid-sized IS sedan a powertrain to shout about

December 1, 2015 | | Comments Off

Buy a Lexus and ‘thank you’ gifts start arriving in the mail. There might be a special edition book, a collection of music CDs, perhaps a gift from cutting edge NZ furniture and lighting design company, Resident. Customers at Lexus Auckland get VIP parking at the domestic and international terminals. There is always a gift. [&hellip...


Mitsubishi Triton: Fifth-generation offers a new route for the ute

November 2, 2015 | | Comments Off

I went to Japan in late 2005 to drive the fourth-generation Triton. I expected the usual route for a ute: a beat over mix of good and bad roads and some 4WD work. Instead, Mitsubishi confined the drive to its high-speed banked test circuit. Why? Because it said it wanted to show the double-cab test [&hellip...


Mercedes-AMG wagon is race car and sneaky sleeper all in one

October 20, 2015 | | Comments Off

I was having a beer with a couple of Mercedes-Benz engineers in Berlin in the early 1990s. The digital revolution was gaining momentum and talk turned to safety advances. Benz had not long equipped its premium S-Class with anti-lock braking and, like its competitors, was working on further safety devices. One of the engineers painted...

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Lexus RC F: optional is the ‘Michael Schumacher mode’

June 18, 2015 | | Comments Off

Lexus’ first attempt at a sports model to get up the noses of go-fast German rivals was the IS F Sport, a small sedan that arrived in NZ in October 2008 priced at $137,000 and running a revvy 5.0-litre V8 engine driving the rear wheels via an eight-speed gearbox. Ride/handling was poised and accurate on [&hellip...


Subaru WRX – ‘best bang for buck’ is too crude for latest model

June 6, 2014 | | Comments Off

            The fourth-generation WRX is the best yet. Subaru said it would be, after ditching the Impreza badge from the third-generation model. The new sedan contains all of the ‘bang for your buck’ elements of the previous three models but adds a level of refinement and sophistication that rivals the...

Fiat 500C Arbarth

Fiat 500 Abarth Esseesse

April 16, 2014 | | Comments Off

The hot hatchback’s main purpose is to put a smile on the face of its driver. Owners will forgive and forget the flaws, the compromises the carmaker had to make to deliver a go-faster small car. Here the heart will always rule the head. The three-door Fiat 500 Abarth is the perfect example of such [&hellip...

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Range Rover Sport TDV6 SE

January 22, 2014 | | Comments Off

Back in 1982 I drove a two-door Range Rover over part of the tortuous Camel Trophy route in Papua New Guinea. I was the editor of one of the country’s two daily papers and the Camel Trophy organisers had parked in the newspaper’s 4m-high fenced compound the Range Rovers and Land Rovers they used. The [&hellip...

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September 26, 2015 | | Comments Off

Drive safe – ‘Turn on the bubble machine’ when you start car

There is a statistic from the road toll that the Government needs to take into account as it considers raising the maximum speed limit on some roads...

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August 27, 2016 | | Comments Off

Recycling plug-in power from used Toyota Prius imports

Toyota NZ is bringing in used examples from Japan of the plug-in Prius, the car it tested when new but later rejected for various reasons, among them...

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