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RPM TV Website | July 27, 2016

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Aston Martin and Red Bull up the hypercar stakes

July 6, 2016 |

Just like South African-born Gordon Murray did at McLaren, Red Bull Racing’s F1 guru Adrian Newey is set to make his mark in the sports car world.

Following the announcement of a technology collaboration agreement between Red Bull Racing … Read More

New, sharper Audi R8 deserves the supercar label

July 5, 2016 |

What defines a supercar? Speed? Exclusivity? A seven-digit price tag? Yes, a supercar should tick all those boxes – but most of all, it should combine desirability with a thrilling driving experience.

Nine years ago, Audi joined the supercar … Read More

RPM TV Schedule 06 July 2016: VW Cross Up!, Peugeot 308 Auto, Volvo XC90 T8, Isuzu KB300

July 4, 2016 | 2

RPM TV’s weekly motoring coverage this week includes new products from Volkswagen, Peugeot and Volvo, while we welcome a new Isuzu KB to our long-term test fleet.

Now offering a more practical five door layout, the funky VW Cross Up! … Read More

Fierce RS gives Ford more Focus than ever

July 4, 2016 |

The mantle of top model in the local Ford Focus range has been passed from the ST to the more powerful, more aggressive and altogether more exciting RS.

The Focus RS promises a mix of top class performance without sacrificing … Read More

Renault’s Alaskan expands global bakkie offering

July 1, 2016 |

Renault’s new Alaskan one-ton bakkie has made its global debut in South America. The rugged pick-up borrows heavily from Nissan’s new-generation NP300 (due to replace the older NP300 and the current Navara locally), but adds distinctive styling details and a … Read More

New-gen Panamera promises more Porsche DNA

June 30, 2016 |

When Porsche revealed its four-door sports sedan, the Panamera, back in 2009, the package seemed, well, just a little underwhelming. Despite attempts to endow the luxury cruiser with some 911-style visual elements, the result was aesthetically awkward and unconvincing.

In … Read More