It’s said that the UK government introduced its first speed limit because a man named Jack Sears drove an AC Cobra coupe at 185 mph on the M1 highway. Back in 1964, that was perfectly legal. By December 22,... Read More
A battery-powered Volkswagen ID.3 bakkie would be a massive hit... and it might not be that difficult to produce. Lance Branquinho investigates why this is more than just a pipedream.
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Toyota dominates South Africa's bakkie market, so why hasn't the Prospecton-based firm produced a 3-quarter-tonne bakkie since the demise of the Stallion 30 years ago? Apparently, there have been quiet attempts... Read More
And so, the rumours have turned out to be true: the world has a new car company. PSA and FCA have successfully negotiated a corporate merger and the result of the tie-up is the world’s 4th largest car company. In... Read More
In South Africa, French car brands have been criticised for exorbitant servicing/repair costs, parts shortages, poor resale values (and other problems) for a long time. Peugeot SA's reputation is not... Read More
There was a time when most of us could figure out the engine capacity of a car simply by reading the badge affixed to its rear end. Today, when you’re considering the purchase of a new vehicle,... Read More