The next big thing: Superperformante D-One

One Wednesday night, I sat, aimlessly scrolling through Instagram when I came across a team of guys with a big dream. Four Italian engineers from big brands like Ferrari, Lamborghini and Bugatti, had decided to follow their dreams. These guys... View Article

Alfa Romeo Giulia GTA and GTAm

The 1965 Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint GTA was the first Alfa Romeo to wear the GTA badge. The “A” stood for Alleggerita, an Italian word for lightweight. When Alfa Romeo was finished with the car, it weighed just 740 kilograms... View Article

Coronavirus Pandemic: 2020 Geneva motorshow cancelled

The 2020 Geneva motor show has been cancelled, due to a ban imposed by the Swiss government on gatherings of 1000 people or more. In a statement released on Friday night, the Swiss Federal Council said: “In view of the... View Article

Superb Supercar: the Alfa Romeo 4C

A big challenge some petrolheads face is being a car enthusiast with a budget. Every single supercar that you might have your eyes on costs at least a few hundred thousand dollars and the only way of affording them would... View Article

Second-hand Ford GTs are Breaking the Million Dollar Mark

A few Ford GTs have started to appear on the used-car market now that their two-year exclusion period has ended, and collectors are spending big bucks to secure themselves the GT. The GT was originally sold in 2017 for $450,000... View Article

Fast and Failures: Engineers Jailed for Racing C8 Corvettes

A major issue for most petrolheads in most countries, is that one cannot drop the hammer on public streets in any car. However, two enthusiasts did not consider this matter to be too serious. Earlier this month two General Motors... View Article

BMW i8 to retire in April 2020

BMW has confirmed that the production of the i8 plug-in hybrid sports-car will cease in April, as they shift their focus to a new line of electric cars, including the iX3 compact SUV, i4 saloon and iNext SUV flagship. According... View Article

Next Generation 86 and BRZ on the way!

The Toyota 86 and Subaru BRZ, the un-sportiest sports-cars on the market, are finally getting a proper and overdue upgrade! Toyota and Subaru have committed to developing successors for the 86 (or GT86 if you’re from outside of Australia) and... View Article

Aston Martin is building a limited edition: V12 Speedster

British car marker, Aston Martin, has announced plans to produce a limited edition supercar, the V12 Speedster. The car will be available to only 88 customers globally and will be making its debut later this year. Aston Martin has dedicated... View Article

Lamborghini Gallardo LP 560-4: A Review

When the Lamborghini Gallardo first launched in 2003, most critics ridiculed the car, calling it “an Audi with the wrong badge.” Not long after its launch, the baby Lambo proved them wrong when it sold over 7,000 units in its... View Article

Audi Sport embracing EV with RS branded e-tron GT

Audi Sport, the brand’s performance division, is planning S and RS versions of Audi’s new hybrid and electric models. Autocar has reported that the upcoming e-tron GT will be following Audi’s traditional model structure; regular, S variant and RS. When... View Article

Is Alfa Romeo Giulia a good car?

They say that you’re not a true petrolhead until you own an Alfa Romeo and I think I understand that now. Ever since I got the Alfa Romeo Giulia Auto I can’t help but fall in love with it more... View Article

Ground breaking cars of the decade

As we are close to wrapping up this decade, I think it’s time to look back to see some of the greatest cars that have been developed in the last 10 years and what they’ve been able to achieve. Ford... View Article

First electric Ferrari to be launched in 2025

For as long as we can remember, Ferrari has been producing fuel thirsty V8 and V12 engines. Recently, Ferrari has been putting their resources into developing electric supercars to join their range of prancing horses. In a recent interview with... View Article

2020 Tesla Model X: Pricing and Specifications

The 2020 Tesla Model X has become faster and more expensive compared to previous years’ models.Tesla will be offering two Model X variants, the Long Range and the Performance. The entry level price for the Model X has increased by... View Article

Nissan GT-R50: Production Version Revealed

Nissan revealed the GT-R50 by Italdesign back in 2018 to mark Italdesign’s 50th anniversary and the GTR’s 50th birthday this year. The automaker released pictures of the production version of the Nissan GT-R50 by Italdesign ahead of its debut at... View Article

Tesla Cybertruck goes on sale in Australia!

Tesla opens its order books to the Australian market after 250,000 people sign up for the Cybertruck globally in just one week! Australian buyers can now secure their spot in the queue for the Cybertruck on the Tesla Australian website,... View Article

Tesla’s Mad Max pick-up truck: The Cybertruck sells almost 150K units!

Tesla’s new pick-up truck, the Cybertruck, looks nothing like any conventional pick-up and it’s fair to say that no one expected it to look like this. Tesla claims that the Cybertruck is the toughest pick-up in the world. Its stainless... View Article

Apollo Intensa Emozione: The Golden Dragon

Why the Apollo IE should be a bigger deal and acknowledged more.