Discover the wonders when a big SUV meets a small 3.0 litre engine!
It may not be the first hybrid luxury car, but in the case of the Panamera, it makes so much sense to dream of one - skeptical Panamera naysayers ought to think twice now
Keep the revs high on this diesel supermini and you'll find that fun doesn't always have to a come at a price.
Back in the 90's, the Subaru Forester was an SUV that stood out from the rest. Grippy, fast and sweet to drive, it was the best sporty SUV out there. Now though, there's a new king of the hill...
The third generation Forester receives a new heart three years into it's life. Will it keep it competitive in the growing crossover market?
She was once involved in a serious car accident, but survived, and now clearly supports good driving - meet Elfaeza Ul-Haq from TV's 'The Pupil'.
Fact: 9 out of 10 car enthusiasts will modify their car. Stock is never enough for these carnuts, and it's only a matter of time before they look to making their ride look and go faster.
Mercedes-Benz has gone all-out to promote the new C-class to the younger buyers.
Stupendously rapid and yet relaxing to drive and be in, the Volvo S60 T6 now gets an even sportier makeover from the company's R-Design wardrobe.
Is there a sporty spirit that lingers under the skin of this diesel-powered SUV?
In 1976, BMW launched the first 6 Series (E24), which was derived from the 5 Series then. 35 years on, we sample their latest sexy and muscle-packed 650i convertible.
The Volkswagen Sharan feels like a overgrown hot-hatch. Which is a good thing, because this 7-seater is made for the grown-up who doesn't want to ... er ... grow up.
Renault's latest R.S Monaco GP Limited Edition arrived quietly without fanfare, Volkswagen's manual Scirocco R now quietly available - so which one should you get?
Let us cut to the chase, the Jetta is what the Japanese should worry about.
When given the keys to Volkswagen’s diesel-powered hot hatchback, our Associate Editor deliberately spent his time driving around the whole of Singapore.
'Economy' and 'performance SUV' are not words you would usually use in the same sentence. But this turbocharged 3.0 V6 diesel will serve 100km/h in 7.6 seconds and a 7.4l/100km range.
Audi has the perfect car if you want to steer clear of being labeled a typical towkay.
Will this stealthy cat, with a diesel engine, upset the natural picking order of luxury sedans?
Let’s just cut to the chase. We are gathered here today for one, just one, purpose only – to see which one is the best 300+ bhp German-made daily track car.
With a strong engine and space for four, Volkswagen's hard-top cabriolet will take you and three friends around quickly and in style.