View fullsize Name: Shannon Thickpenny // Age: 40 Location: Auckland // Occupation: Owner/CNC machinist at RS Works NZ Performance Car: Hey, Shannon. You’re no stranger to
A Japanese-inspired Euro? Callum Coombs shows us how it’s done with his boosted wide-body weapon, giving the other E46s a run for their money
View fullsize 1981 Toyota Soarer MZ11 Name: Tom Acott // Age: 31 Location: Wellington // Occupation: Diesel mechanic View fullsize NZ Performance Car:
West Auckland has never seen so much billet — a quintessential Kiwi build, powered by an all-billet 20B. Is this the ultimate Mazda streeter?
Temptation is dangerous when playing the show-car game — Khrunal’s Evo X is the by-product of giving in to that urge more times
Stock-block, 320kW V11 STI hot-hatch madness — Shahel Pratap shows us that the Subaru platform can be a reliable one if done right. strap yourselves in folks, this one is spicy!
Weekend warrior: 1991 Nissan Silvia (S13) View fullsize Name: Chevenne Hassan // Age: 23 Location: Christchurch // Occupation: Workshop coordinator NZ Performance Car: Hi, Chevenne.
The Mazda 323 Turbo is Kiwi tuning royalty. Not only were these symbolic of the golden-era of Japanese import performance, but they also represented heavily on the rally stages, both locally and internationally. We detail and drive an example pedalled to the Asia Pacific Rally Championship, by none other than Rod Millen.
Mixing subtle aero aesthetics with the bite of a four-litre heart, Philip Huynh’s ‘Hyper Roadster’ is every bit as rapid as its name
Golden-era Japanese hero cars are experiencing a strong resurgence of interest. Although modifying and personalising the breed is still prevalent, there’s a serious uptick in people spit shining these cars back to their original glory. Arguably the best example on Kiwi shores is a pearl white Mazda RX-7
Prolific modifier Vick Bhatti is back with his sweetest project yet — a bagged and wide-bodied 512kW GT-R, and don’t for a second
Words: Aaron Mai Photos: Florent Gooden Following your passion and not a paycheck has the ability to land an individual in some incredible situations. This
Unleashing the spirit of car culture: Relive the epic meet that rocked the roads of Auckland.
We take you on a thrilling journey back to the roots of automotive passion
Checking out the goods at the 2020 Chrome Expression Session Christchurch View fullsize If we’ve learned one thing from our years and
The 4 & Rotary Nationals has a new home, but the party is still as good as ever View fullsize For as long
The South Island’s greatest phenomenon since the invention of Speights: the 2019 V 4&Rotary South Island Champs View fullsize We live in one hell
Swapping tyre-destroying for grip-chasing View fullsize Fresh out of his 2020 drifting campaign, former national drifting champion Darren Kelly has confirmed that he
Regular updates from the 2020 Valvoline D1NZ National Drifting Championship View fullsize The 2019–’20 season of the D1NZ National Drifting Championship has seen
View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize Announced in June as the latest incarnation of the Toyota Racing Series (TRS) open-wheelers, the Toyota FT-60
View fullsize As the world gears up for the largest Time Attack event on the calendar, the Yokohama World Time Attack Challenge (WTAC) in