‘You know what the readers need? A live version of this column on the telly,’ Mick excitedly yelled down the landline yesterday.
The motor industry says April sales figures are set to be unimaginably bad, with dealers simply ‘lost for answers’.
You’ll want to be your own chauffeur in this new Bentley.
While we chafe at the wheel-clamps of coronavirus, let your mind roam these dream highways
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No one knows the Bentley Continental’s new four-door brother is a racing car, but trust me on this. It is.
Now that you’ve stocked up on kombucha, kale and kefir. But there are some niggling questions coming into our WART helpline.
So you’re stuck in quarantine. Then now is the time to ponder the great motoring dilemmas of our age. Should it be electric? Is autonomy worth the wait? Or have we reached peak car?
Holden dealers have been told not to let GM use the coronavirus as a bargaining chip and encouraged to take on the Detroit giant in court.
Honda becomes the latest brand in retreat with move to ‘agency model’ after two-year sales slump
Driven by incredible ambition, nothing can deter the next wave of supercar wannabes.
David Meagher is the editor of The Australian’s monthly luxury lifestyle magazine, WISH. He was previously a senior writer at The Australian Financial Review Magazine and the deputy editor of its Life & Luxury section. He is also the author of three books, most recently The A to Z of Modern Manners, published by Penguin Random House in 2015.
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