// Aston Martin investors unhappy with pay packets, lack of diversity
It’s been a rocky few years for Aston Martin, with one of the few ‘light at the end of the tunnel’ moments coming by virtue of a huge investment from Formula 1 team owner and entrepreneur Lawrence Stroll.
Ever fancied a Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV, but wished it was smaller? Or had a swoopy back end on it instead? Well, now you are in luck, because Mitsubishi New Zealand has just confirmed the plug-in hybrid Eclipse Cross is here.
// Kia’s electric EV6 could spell bad news for the Stinger
The Kia Stinger’s trajectory is an interesting one. It’s a car that’s scored wide critical praise, only to be a fairly ‘niche’ seller worldwide, despite its excellent chassis and the GT’s powerful twin-turbo six.
// Porsche cars Australia launches sell direct app
Porsche Cars Australia has developed an app called Porsche Sell Direct which will allow current owners of the marque to market their vehicles back to participating dealers across the brands national network.
If you are in Christchurch this Saturday and feel like checking out some high-end performance and luxury metal, then you are in luck: following on from the incredible public response to the Starship Supercar Show,
// Lamborghini goes electric: commits to hybrids, first EV coming soon
Thoughts that iconic marque Lamborghini would be a last bastion of pure internal combustion are set to go up in smoke (pardon the pun) following confirmation from the brand that it will soon sell solely hybrid models.
// Opel revives iconic Manta with uber-cool retro Elektromod
While New Zealand and Australia had the Holden Commodore as their local General Motors icon, and America had the Chevrolet Corvette and Camaro, Europe’s cult classic GM product through the 1970s and 1980s was the Opel Manta.
// Leaked: new BMW ix3 revealed, no big grille (for now)
One of the many questions we have regarding the tall, undeniably bold grilles that BMW has implemented on its 4 Series, M4, and M3 is whether they’re likely to roll out across the firm’s entire line-up
// MTA says NZ immigration is becoming a road safety issue
The New Zealand Motor Trade Association has issued a statement detailing concerns with the country’s immigration protocols, drawing a link between them and the shortage of workers in the vehicle inspection sector.
// How Tobias Moers will make Aston Martin great again
Tobias Moers has been at Aston Martin for nearly a year after a 26-year stint at Daimler, including seven years helming Mercedes-AMG. Now that he’s settled in, here’s how he plans to bring Aston Martin back into the green.