Limited-edition Mini adds appealing dash of glamour

Tricked-out 1499 GT gets black-and-gold colour scheme and sporty tweaks

Aston enters electric avenue with high-performance model

Aston Martin has announced its first fully electric production car, the Rapide E, writes Lerato Matebese

BMW i3 charged for longer drive time

With its more useful 200km range, BMW’s electric i3 is not just a suburb-hopper, writes Denis Droppa

Ferrari’s feuds coming to the silver screen

Hollywood to tell the stories of bitter Italian rivals Enzo Ferrari and Ferruccio Lamborghini, as well as an American who built a ‘back to the future’ car, ...

Mercedes to keep foot on throttle

The Singapore Grand Prix this past weekend gave Mercedes-AMG’s Lewis Hamilton a further lead in the championship, writes Lerato Matebese

Discovery’s game for fun in two hemispheres

Mark Smyth took two different Land Rover Discoverys on safari in two weeks on two continents

Get the timing right when selling your car

Seasonal factors can play a part, but a mileage reading of more than 150,000km is a turn-off for prospective buyers

Audi plugs into the future

Mark Smyth was in San Francisco at the reveal of Audi’s first series production electric vehicle, the E-tron

VW to stop production of the Beetle in 2019

VW sold 11,151 Beetles in the US in the first eight months of 2018, down 2.2% from the same period a year earlier

Brave new electric world for Mercedes Benz

Mercedes EQC claims 450km range and 0-100km/h in 5.1 seconds

Isuzu takes on the SUV giants with the MU-X

Isuzu’s first SUV in 20 years is a solid-performing family adventure vehicle, but it’s up against formidable competition, writes Denis Droppa

INTERNATIONAL LAUNCH: Downsized, but still with a lot to offer

We travelled to Stockholm, Sweden to sample Lexus’s smallest SUV yet, the UX, writes Lerato Matebese

INDUSTRY NEWS: BMW SA’s X3 plant shifts up a gear to boost output capacity

BMW Plant Rosslyn was awarded the Platinum Plant Quality Award for producing 3 Series models with the fewest defects or malfunctions

TRUCKING FEATURE: Solutions to cut fleet management costs

Cost management is a core pillar of Ctrack by Inseego

LAUNCH NEWS: Eicher Trucks joins ‘big and heavy’ brigade

Celebrating a decade-long partnership with Volvo Trucks this year, Eicher Trucks essentially uses the same engines and drivetrain as its Swedish partner

TRUCKING FEATURE: Staying reliable and strong for the long haul

Hino SA reports that both trucks still have their original engines, gearboxes and rear axles

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