As you read this – hopefully in a relaxed and comfortable kinda way – a convoy of 15 Audi Q7s are within a few days of Broome.
They’re on a three week transcontinental crossing to launch the marque’s long-awaited SUV here in the widest and brownest of lands. At least, there should still be 15 of them. We joined the roadshow for last week’s 1100km leg between Broken Hill and Birdsville via Tibooburra, Cameron’s Corner and Innamincka. Continue reading Audi Q7 outback test
As Ford readies the presentation of the Accelerated Way Forward plan for North America tomorrow, in Europe, it’ll be business as usual. Ford’s profitable European division offers a peek at what life could be like for the North American division after the Way Forward — assuming all goes well. Continue reading Ford of Europe spared the Way Forward
The first picture of Suzuki’s Splash concept has found its way into the net. According to Suzuki, the car you see in the picture will base a production model in the near future mixing up SUV, MPV and mini hatchback features. Doesn’t look bad, but then again, it’s a concept and as you know, concepts usually have little in common with production versions. Continue reading Suzuki Splash concept picture
Well it might not be the typical Impreza you’ve got in mind but nevertheless, one cant only rely on WRX’s & STi’s to make money in Europe’s mainland. So, Subaru Europe decided to present a poor mans -or more politically correct, a new basic version of their mid-sized Impreza at the Paris International Motor Show, which by the way is officially named, Mondial de l’Automobile. Tres chick, don’t you think ? Continue reading Subaru Impreza 1.5R
A Detroit automotive magazine has reported BMW is considering building a smaller version of its roadster to be called the Z2 â€” probably to be built in Spartanburg as soon as 2010.
The car is likely to be limited to a four-cylinder engine and designed to compete with the Mazda Miata, according to AutoWeek. Continue reading BMW likely to build new Z2 roadster in South Carolina