No, this didn’t take place on the set of the next Final Destination movie but in Australia.
“License and Registration,” says the Holden Commodore to the Kia Stinger, trying to muscle in on Australia’s police-car market.
It’s these types of accidents that are often the hardest to find excuses for.
While parking structures can sometimes be tricky to navigate, there’s no excuse for running into something or someone.
The Jeep Grand Cherokee is Australia’s most recalled vehicle.
The Queensland Police Service in Australia is adding a fleet of 50 Kia Stingers to its motor pool.
The Commodore was moving erratically even before the driver lost control and crashed.
Ford will send 700 examples of the new Bullitt Mustang to Australia, each priced at AUD $73,688.
Despite being 47 years old, it is in excellent condition and shows only 13k miles on the odo.
Where else but Australia could a V12 LS-powered Kia van be built?.
The ute landed on three cars but, despite the disturbing footage, no one was seriously injured or killed.
A camouflaged Cadillac CT6 test car was spotted down under filling our minds with questions.