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Here's why Toyota's Rush is doing so well

Toyota has apparently now completed its utter domination of the SA gravel travel market, writes Lance Branquinho.

The good, bad and ugly of Fernando Alonso's F1 career

'Fernando Alonso is one of the all-time greats', writes Egmont Sippel.

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Ferrari planning to build an SUV, BMW sets tongues wagging with the latest Z4 - Here are your top motoring stories of the day

Ferrari has announced that 60% of their cars will be hybrid petrol-electric by 2022. There is also production plans for an SUV model in the future. Read all your top motoring stories of the day here.

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Isuzu Motors back in full swing with new MU-X and KB bakkie - Here's a look at how many vehicles the brand has sold so far in 2018

Isuzu Motors launched its operations in South Africa late in 2017, following the General Motors' exit in SA. Here's a look at the Japanese automaker sales locally in 2018,

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WATCH: Here's how the new VW Touareg, SA-bound Suzuki Jimny perform in crash tests

Euro NCAP has released safety ratings for the new VW Touareg and SA-bound Suzuki Jimny. Take a look at how these new vehicles fare in the crash tests.

Despite dagga being legalised in SA, it's still 'illegal to smoke weed and drive on our roads' - Arrive Alive

2018-09-19 11:27

Despite the Constitutional Court legalising smoking dagga on private property it's still illegal to smoke weed and drive, says Arrive Alive.

Motorists should 'be aware how dangerous worn shocks can be' - MIWA

2018-09-19 09:54

"Worn shock absorbers can seriously compromise a car’s handling and safety on the road," says the SA Motor Industry Workshop Association.

The next-generation BMW Z4 - bold reinterpretation of what a roadster should be

2018-09-19 09:33

Boasting a revised design and a new more powerful engines, the latest edition of BMW's Z4 could refine what a roadster is meant to be.

Ferrari set to launch an SUV, line-up of 60% hybrid cars by 2022

2018-09-19 09:19

Most of the cars built by Ferrari will be hybrid petrol-electric by 2022, said the Italian luxury car manufacturer, including its first SUV.

Ferrari not ready to sign for 2021 - Camilleri

2018-09-19 09:00

Ferrari is still a long way from agreeing to stay in Formula 1 beyond 2020.

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