BBC TopGear Australia Newsletter
15 February 2011 Follow us @ Twitter    Facebook
Bunnings Car Show

Behold the dodgiest car mods ever. We unveil an entire underworld of shoddiness where if your car breaks or is damaged, you put a bit of tape over it and keep driving

Huge news for fans of Australia’s most popular domestic racing series: Japanese giant Nissan will take on our Falcons and Commodores with a full factory-backed effort, entering the V8 Supercar championship next year.

New BMW M6

Meet the all-new M6, the second M car to get BMW’s new 4.4-litre twin-turbocharged V8. It has been given a “generous dose of M feeling”, by which of course, it means a cosmically powerful engine and lots of oversteer.

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Bunyip: The Movie
Great news for car modifiers

Toyota and Subaru unveil stripped-down versions of their 86 and BRZ sportscars – blank canvases designed with car modifiers in mind.

World's Coolest Garages

In case you missed it last week, welcome to TopGear's tour of the world's 20 hottest garages. No crumbling carports for these money-soaked supercar lovers – think shining marble floors and Bond-style lairs.  


Ferrari sells for $30 million

News that one of the erstwhile bedroom pin-ups, a Ferrari 250 GTO has sold for $29,685,000, making it one of the most expensive cars ever sold in the world.

Which country has the best driving roads? To find out, we put the Great Ocean Road up against the magnificent bit of bitumen between Auckland and Cape Reinga..
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