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Nurburgring record for ID R?

Will Volkswagen target a new Nurburgring track record with its electric ID R?

Torque of the town, the Aston Martin DBS Superleggera, is no lightweight

There is much expectation around the new Aston Martin DBS Superleggera, writes Lerato Matebese

eNCA shakes up channel 403 with refreshed look and anchor line-up

SPONSORED | Broadcaster’s eNCA launches new look and new shows

Goodwood gets exciting taste of Bavaria

Mark Smyth joined BMW at Goodwood in the UK for a couple of high-speed blasts up the hill

British festival of iconic automobiles

Mark Smyth reports on some of the highlights of this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed in the UK

Open-top splendour from Aston

Aston Martin has launched is DB11 Volante in SA, writes Mark Smyth

Africa needs own crash test programme

Hyundai says governments on the continent must set a high minimum safety standard on entry-level models

Pretoria art hub set to profoundly change landscape of city, varsity

Gauteng’s answer to Cape Town’s new museums, writes Diane de Beer

Upgrading road markings for autonomous vehicle sensors

Autonomous vehicles are about much more than just the vehicles themselves

THEATRE: Ameera Patel's writing and acting skills shine in Jungfrau

Mary Watson's Caine Prize-winning short story lent itself perfectly to adaptation for the theatre, Patel tells Kgomotso Moncho-Maripane

Dominant Vergne wins final race to bag series

The Formula E championship season concluded in New York at the weekend

Collector puts scores of cars on auction at Concours SA

The Coys of London auction at Concours South Africa will include some exciting models from the Plit collection

App gives buyers valuable information

A new app allows consumers to check details of a pre-owned vehicle before they hand over the cash

FT REVIEW: How power and politics converged to fuel worst global financial crisis

Martin Wolf reviews Adam Tooze’s detailed and superbly researched account of the origins and consequences of the global financial crisis

The likelihood of death surprisingly falls for centenarians

Similar ‘late-age mortality plateaus’ have been found in insects and hinted at in rodents, writes Anjana Ahuja

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