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The Senator for Speed: an interview with David Leyonhjelm

David Leyonhjelm is a senator unlike any others before. He rides a high-performance motorbike, wants more reasonable speed limits and likes guns...

Search for Australia’s best hot-hatch: Wheels

APRIL EDITION ON SALE: In this month’s magazine we pitch 12 of the best hot hatches into battle, on road and track

The Power List: The movers and shakers of the Australian automotive industry

Who's really calling the shots in our automotive industry?

Retro: 1976 Lotus Esprit

Lotus only built 894 S1s, but the Esprit became one of the longest-lived designs of all time

2018 Porsche 911 GT3 review: Car vs Road

As rumours swirl on a forced induction future for the 911, we wake sparrows for a last blast in the atmo 4.0-litre 991.2

Gallery: Chevrolet Camaro vs Ford Mustang in LA

Here’s a snapshot of our March edition Ford Mustang versus Chevrolet Camaro cover story in stunning pictures

Continuation Cars: Is the Nostalgia-trip really worth it?

Talking about old cars has one purpose: to reflect glory on the new ones that companies make money on.

Wheels Interview: Thomas Ingenlath, Polestar Design Boss

Volvo’s design boss has been tasked with transforming the Polestar sub-brand into a manufacturer of premium, design-driven EVs. All in a day’s w...

2018 Renault Megane RS280 - Renault Rumble

More muscular than any previous megane, with an angrier soundtrack, elevated ability and a splash of gallic charm, This first taste of the RS280...

Editor's Letter: In Defence of the SUV

Modern SUVs have forgotten their dynamically lacking elders, but can the current crop of high-riders genuinely offer an exciting driving experie...

Walter Rohrl takes us for a spin in the new Porsche 991.2 GT3 RS

As the curtain-call sounds for the 991-generation 911, rally legend Walter Röhrl demonstrates how a raft of revisions elevate the most focused a...

The 2018 Holden Commodore: From Melbourne to Sydney and back

We welcome the 2018 Commodore to our fair shores with a 3000km gauntlet from Melbourne to Sydney!

In Gear: Our pick of awesome gadgets in February

Our pick of the most awesome automotive gear we found in February

Opinion: Can one car do it all?

Many Australians feel the need to own more than one car, and Corby is starting to feel it too as he searches for his one car for all occasions

HSV’s odd but not forgotten back catalogue

They include a jacked-up wagon, a (luke) warm Astra, and a convertible concept