Having started scribing in the motoring realm some 15 years ago within the car culture sector, Calvin hit the big time when he was promoted to deputy editor of Top Gear South Africa and editor of Top Car before digital killed the magazine star. Also an aspiring YouTube superstar.
Hyundai and Kia are preparing to launch bakkies, but given the myriad double cabs that have been revealed, launched and updated of late, the Koreans will clearly have their work cut out. However,... Read More
Calvin Fisher takes a closer look at an online car community in bloom in a time of self-isolation under national lockdown.
It happened on Facebook
There I was, scrolling through my newsfeed, when I saw... Read More
Calvin Fisher reckons the return of drive-in theatres would be just the, um, ticket to reinvigorate a Covid-19-afflicted movie industry.
But first, you may ask, what the hell is a drive-in? And... Read More
Calvin Fisher has scoured all the available streaming services available in South Africa to list the best car flicks to make your lockdown fly by.
I know. You're bored. I am too, but relief is in sight.... Read More
More than 50 classic cars of various brands, eras and levels of originality took part in the inaugural Cape Town SentiMETAL OutRun, an event that reminded everyone why we love cars.
Gordon's Bay is on my right,... Read More
Regular Cars.co.za contributor (and seasoned motoring journalist) Calvin Fisher provides some insight into the latest Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology found inside the new BMW 3 Series, which was revealed at the... Read More
Calvin Fisher spent two full days trawling the floor of the Paris Motor Show and he came away with these 6 observations.
1. You can't ignore the past
Many manufacturers tapped into their reserves and... Read More
From the floor of the Paris Motor Show, regular Cars.co.za contributor, Calvin Fisher, has picked up on a theme at this year's show. No, it's not new tech and electrification, in fact, it's the exact... Read More
The arrival of Mercedes-Benz's eagerly awaited X-Class in the local market puts an official stamp on the advent of the luxury double-cab bakkie era in South Africa. But what of the new X-Class? Of course... Read More
One of these is a Korean hatchback that was launched in 2013 with the entry-level derivative priced at R229 000 and the other is the latest 2019 Mercedes-Benz A-Class set to retail for at least twice the price.... Read More