THE local arms of two iconic Japanese automotive brands, Honda and Bridgestone, have teamed up to collaborate on future product development, in a move that will ultimately benefit Australian consumers.
IT'S the New York Auto Show, one of the marquee motor show events of the year, and the place where a truck load of brands are launching brand new 2019 models, including Maserati, Hyundai, Subaru and Kia.
HISTORY goes a long way in the automotive industry, and the Accord name has been associated with Japanese car maker Honda since 1976. In 2018, that name now comes with a sportier look and feel, and sleek new interior.
AS the global car market shifts its focus to fuel efficiency, we are now seeing bigger cars with engines that produce fuel consumption figures similar to that of light city vehicles, such as the 2017 Honda Jazz VTi.
TO celebrate 70 years of sports car heritage and honour the legendary 1948 XK 120, Jaguar has developed two F-TYPE convertible rally cars, with design cues from the F-TYPE Chequered Flag Limited Edition.