Less than 10 of the 500 units globally are heading to SA. Back in the 1970s, Alfa Romeo was so popular in South Africa that there were more Alfas on SA roads than any other country in the world except Italy. In the decades since then, the brand has faded … Read more
I didn’t just mess up, I went full retard and broke an Aston Martin embargo. There is nothing more sacred as a motoring journalist than an embargo, or at least, if there is, I’m nowhere near high profile enough a writer to know what it is. It’s something that’s been … Read more
As many long-time followers of Torquing Cars may have noticed, the last 2 years have been pretty quiet on the site. No, Torquing Cars hasn’t shut down, but as anyone who knows the man behind the brand – me – will understand, I haven’t been able to dedicate my time … Read more
We’ve been behind the wheel of the turbocharged third-generation Suzuki Swift Sport. Has it lost the spark that made previous ones so great?
Just three and a half short months after Ferrari unveiled it at the Geneva Motor Show, the Ferrari F8 Tributo has made its South African debut to members of media at a local press gathering at their Fourways showroom in Johannesburg. The successor to the 488 GTB, and quite literally … Read more