We get behind the wheel of what is quite possibly the best-kept first-generation Mitsubishi L200 in the world to see just what tradie utes were like nearly 40 years ago.
We take Mitsubishi’s legendary road-going rally car – and ode to to the success of its star driver of the time, Tommi Mäkinen – for a drive to see just why this thing’s values have skyrocketed.
The FD2 Honda Civic Type R is finally legal to import into Australia 13 years after it first launched in its home market of Japan, and we’ve been able to bring you the first road test of a real one on Aussie tarmac.
While the Nissan Skyline GT-R has always been revered for its performance, the R33 generation has always been viewed as the unloved middle child, but is there any base to the detractors’ claims? We grab the keys to this tastefully modified example to find out.
We bid farewell to the Holden brand by taking a look back to where the Commodore nameplate started. Well, nearly, that is, as a second-iteration VC was as close to the original VB as we could get our hands on.
Just what is it that makes the fan-favourite GC8 WRX so great? We grabbed the keys to this tidy 1999 model to try and find out.
This time capsule-kept base-spec VN Commodore is not only an absolute oddity to have found in such good condition, but it serves as a reminder of how nothing has ever been built to suit Australian conditions more than a Holden.
If you’re looking for a car that has the potential to be a future classic, Subaru’s twin-turbocharged Liberty B4 might just be the answer as it’s a quirky and under-appreciated high-performance variant of one of the best designs Subaru has ever produced.
Does the immense noise and ferocity of a classic VTEC engine still have the power of dreams, or are the Honda haters justified in claiming it all to be hype? We find out by taking this classic Integra Type R for a spin.
We get behind the wheel of an early example of the Nissan GT-R in its homeland of Japan to see if Godzilla can still live up to the hype.