SA-Bound Alfa Romeo Giulia GTA Costs Supercar Money!

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

Mazda South Africa Killed The MX-5

Not just discontinued it but killed its legacy in the country completely. A little while back, a Mazda MX-5 landed in my garage at work. No, it wasn’t my own MX-5, Sakura, but rather a white MX-5 RF on loan from Mazda SA as a press test unit. Those who … Read more

Torquing Cars is Changing – A Letter from the Editor

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

Ferrari F8 Tributo Touches Down in SA

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

Formula 1 Legend, Niki Lauda, has Died at 70

It’s a sad day for Formula 1 fans and petrolheads alike, as in the early hours of this morning it was announced that the legendary Formula 1 driver, Niki Lauda, had died at 70 years of age due to complications believed to be linked to kidney failure. The Formula 1 … Read more


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