The Toyota GR Yaris could well be the last WRC homologation special we ever see, given how long its been since the last we saw, and it’s a truly fitting one at that.
Just one year after it first launched, the Toyota Supra has been given a hefty bump in power, but does it actually make it a better car?
BMW’s new sporty sedan feels unlike any other that has come before it, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing.
The Mazda MX-5 has always impressed as a driver’s car, but this latest hardtop iteration with its recently-revised athletic 2.0-litre engine has to be the best of the breed.
Audi’s do-it-all SUV still showcases a well-balanced blend of performance and practicality, but with a faster and more efficient diesel variant on the horizon, will this petrol model still hold relevance?
BMW’s most powerful four-cylinder engine ever fitted to a production car certainly gives the suitably hot M135i enough in the way of outright performance, but it’s unfortunately not without its dynamic shortcomings.
The turbocharged Kia Cerato GT is not only a right hoot to drive, as you might expect, but is also one of the best all-around value for money buys on the market right now.
Don’t be fooled by the stickers, as behind the full racing livery this very special Toyota 86 is actually just a bone-stock GTS, but that does give us a chance to put it through our normal tests to see if Toyota and Subaru’s collaborative sports car still feels as sharp now as it did nearly eight years ago when it launched.
So what’s the deal with coupé SUVs? We reckon we’ve finally figured it out after taking the X4 M40i for a 700km road trip along Australia’s famed Great Ocean Road.
Contentiously named and controversially styled, the new Toyota Supra might have divided opinions on the internet when it first broke cover, but its performance on tarmac is undeniably impressive as we found out when we headed to Melbourne to put it through its paces.