Tag: EVOLVE 13
Motor Shows: Remember Them?
Australia no longer stages an annual Motor Show. The last event was held in Sydney in 2012. Back then the annual Show alternated between Melbourne and the Harbour City, but dwindling support by the manufacturers, improved website content (plus social coverage), and lower crowd numbers brought them to their knees. The thing about that 2012 […]Read more
Why is it important to replace all Front End Auxiliary Drive system components?
The Front End Auxiliary Drive (FEAD) provides power to critical vehicle operation, comfort and safety systems. With increased complexity, downsized engines and load demands on the system it’s no longer enough to just check or replace a single part.Read more
Where Are The Mechanics?
The realities and challenges we face attracting and retaining great staff. With the COVID-19 threat receding and society returning to some form of normalcy, workshops across the country have enjoyed a resurgence in business, in many cases exceeding pre-pandemic levels. This is welcome news for workshops, however, also brings back into focus a huge issue […]Read more
Alborz Fallah: Australia’s Super CarExpert
What does one of Australia’s most respected automotive journalists – one that has grabbed the industry media by the scruff of the neck and shaken it harder than anyone else – have parked in his garage? A Suzuki Jimny. But not one. Two. That’s right. Two. You may have heard of Alborz Fallah. Describing him […]Read more
Bosch – The leader in Gasoline Direct Injection
In 1951, Bosch launched gasoline direct injection and has been the technology’s leader ever since!Read more
Potent new Defender V8 and XS editions join the Land Rover range
In April of 2021, Land Rover launched the powerful Defender V8 as part of a campaign to modernize its range of stalwart 4x4s. The Defender V8 built on the rugged 4×4’s class-leading capability, delivering new levels of performance and driver engagement by combining a powerful 386kW 5.0-litre V8 supercharged petrol engine with expertly developed suspension […]Read more
The TCR World According to Chaz
While Supercars is the mainstay for motorsport in Australia, TCR Australia quickly established itself as the main rival. But let’s be up front here, TCR does not need to see itself in competition with Supercars, nor do they need to fear each other, there is plenty of room for these two great series to co-exist. […]Read more