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Changes point to outstanding season

With just under two months to go until the 2016 South Island Endurance Series (SIES) roars into life, some significant changes have been made, one of which will result in up to six full FIA GT3-spec cars competing this season.
Jaguar changes its spots

Jaguar changes its spots

THE SS100, the XK120, E-Type, the XJ in original and first-generation alloy form, that initial XF ... past landmark Jaguar road cars are easy to cite.more >
Legacy project is more than the sum
An aristocratic experience of top-down motoring
Mercedes-Benz goes all-out with coupe
Back to the future

Back to the future

Toyota is looking to the future by reaching back to the past with its new Fortuner SUV. David Thomson explains.more >
BMW’s ‘i’ technology goes mainstream
New Suzuki Vitara shines on the road
Thirsty worker
Advocate buzzing about electric cars

Advocate buzzing about electric cars

United States-based electric car advocate and adviser Chelsea Sexton is at Otago Museum in Dunedin on Sunday to talk about New Zealand's electric vehicle future.more >
Sharp pricing expected for new Suzuki Baleno
Quinn tackling Pikes Peak in Monster Tamer
Dutch teen rewrites record books with F1 win
Catlins Rally a family affair

Catlins Rally a family affair

Dunedin rally driver Tony Johnston is usually outnumbered by the female co-drivers in his home, but for the up-coming Catlins Rally, he will join his wife Heather and stepdaughter Nikita Gibson on the passenger side.more >
Changes point to outstanding season
Leitch says TRS will keep him race-ready
Otago drivers in action around the world
Facelift sweeps up Suzuki Swift

Facelift sweeps up Suzuki Swift

There is little reason to change a winning formula if the latest version of the top-selling Suzuki Swift is any indication.

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Kia surprises with concept CUB
Kia raises bar with new Sorento
Subaru launches 2013 Legacy, Outback
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