The notion of a hardcore performance version of the Hyundai Kona might seem a bit silly – especially when it’s only front-wheel drive. Don’t be fooled, though – the 2022 Kona N isn’t a car you should dismiss too easily.
The entry-level Kia Cerato is a disappointment, but can the GT model redeem the Cerato name? Spoiler alert: yes, it definitely can.
The facelifted 2022 Kia Cerato GT has only evolved into an even more appealing package, and despite a price rise remains one of the best-value buys on the market.
Hyundai’s debut hot hatch attempt stunned the world the first time around, but with this freshly facelifted version of the i30 N having it feeling all grown up, is the magic still there?
We headed to the twisty roads of Tasmania to put BMW’s first-ever front-wheel drive hot hatch to the test and see just how it compares against its impressive competition.
Genesis may still be a bit of an unknown to most in the luxury market, but to those in the know, its performance flagship, the G70 3.3T Sport, presents one of the best deals out there right now.
Kia’s twin-turbocharged Euro-style liftback performance halo has been given a refresh for 2021, and while the interior has been given some much needed upgrades and still performs like a champ, slow sales bring the model’s future into question.
The 2021 Jaguar F-Type R is looking more stunning than ever before despite the fact it’s getting on in years, and thanks to its brawny supercharged V8 and tight handling, it gives off a strong supercar vibe.
If a German sports sedan’s combination of restraint, blistering performance, luxury, and practicality entices you but something with a sleeker coupé-like style is what you’re after, the Audi S7 is likely the car you’ve been looking for.
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.