What’s inside the latest issue of NZ Autocar magazine?

​With pick-ups in high demand, manufacturers are feeding the need for extreme models. Both Nissan and Jeep recently unveiled hardcore utes. This... Read more >

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One in five middle-aged drivers can’t read road signs

A new study has found that 20 per cent of Australians aged... Read more >

Former head of Holden back to Toyota

Barely a month after he stepped down as head of Holden, Dave... Read more >

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Could Alfa’s mystery reveal be a hi-po Giulia?

Alfa Romeo is rumoured to be launching a new model midyear, initially... Read more >

Ghosn claims Nissan will be broke by 2022

Carlos Ghosn, the man on the run from Japan, has inserted himself... Read more >

Maserati begins testing its first electric powertrain

Maserati has started testing its first pure-electric powertrain and it wants to... Read more >

Bugatti working on a daily driver?

Bugatti is looking at introducing a second model in the near future,... Read more >

DeLorean - back from the dead?

DeLorean announced it was returning back in 2016, confirming it will build... Read more >

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Performance Golfs’ power outputs leaked

Volkswagen HQ seems to be about as airtight as a sieve right... Read more >

Dixon family welcomes son Kit

Emma and Scott Dixon announced the arrival of their son, Kit, to... Read more >

Mercedes E-Class to get more safety and hybrids

The E-Class has been given minor makeover, with rejuvenated ends, and added... Read more >

Tesla hits $US100 billion in value

Tesla’s market worth has broken through the $US100 billion barrier, making it... Read more >

Alfa Romeo to reveal new model in June

Alfa Romeo is reportedly gearing up to unveil a new model midyear,... Read more >

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