The arrival of Ford’s Mustang pony-car in Australia is close, and Victoria’s VicRoads Custom Plates has used the opportunity to sell some more metal. While ‘regular’ Victoria number plates such as “Mustang” and “Stang” will all be long...Show More Summary
The British government is tightening their belts by giving up Prime Minister David Cameron’s private jet charters and shuttling him around in a Voyager A330 mid-air refueling aircraft. The British “Air Force One” equivalent will still be used to fuel up fighters when it’s not transporting VIPs. Read more...
Marine tourism operator Bali Hai Cruises has selected International Maritime Consultants (IMC) for the design of its next generation day cruise catamaran. Working
THE NEW 2016 LEXUS RX IS HUGE - IT MAY NOT LOOK LARGER IN PICTURES, BUT LEXUS HAS FINALLY SHIFTED THE RX SUV FROM AN IN-BETWEENER TO A PROPER LARGE SUV. Conveniently, that puts the RX toe-to-toe with a pair of formidable German opponents, the Mercedes-Benz GLE and BMW X5. Show More Summary
U.S. President Barack Obama on Saturday told a meeting of Southeast Asian leaders that territorial claimants to waters in the South China Sea should avoid
McLaren’s 675LT is billed as the most track-focused variant in the Super Series lineup, but that won’t stop the British automaker from launching an open-top version of the car. We’ve already reported on McLaren’s plans for a 675LT Spider and now we have the first spy shots of a test mule. An initial glance will lead one to...
You feel it in your heart. No, it’s your gut -- that’s where you feel it first. Slaloming up and down the banks of the Sierra del Nieves in Mercedes-AMG’s new C63 S Coupé, you’re overcome by an avalanche of sensory overload. There’sShow More Summary
The last we heard about Mosler, the company, including the rights to its awesome but relatively unknown MT900 series of cars, had been acquired by Rossion, the former distributer of Noble products in the United States and the maker of the Noble-based Q1 supercar. As far as we know, there are no plans to bring back the MT900 but there are still a...
Kuwait-headquartered United Arab Shipping Company (UASC) said that marked drop in Asian imports to Europe, made worse by a strong dollar, has heaped pain
A United Nations arbitral tribunal in The Hague heard some of the Philippines’ territorial claims over the disputed Spratly Islands in the South China Sea on Tuesday.
Yohei Sasakawa, Chairman of the Nippon Foundation, has received the 2014 International Maritime Prize for his contribution to the work of the International
Swan Energy Limited will invest around Rs. 5,600 crore ($845 mln) towards setting up of Jafrabad LNG Port project in Gujarat with one jetty-moored Floating,
Sydney is the stage for the biggest get-together of a fleet of cruise ships ever seen in the Harbour city. Five P&O cruise ships have created
Oceanology International (OI), the world’s largest exhibition and conference for the ocean science and marine technology community, announced the launch
The State of Alaska has finalised a deal with TransCanada to buy out the pipeline company's share in the proposed Alaska liquefied natural gas export project for nearly US$65 million.
httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DilzwF90vec Volvo and Microsoft have demonstrated how the technology company’s HoloLens system might one day improve the dealership experience. At the demonstration earlier this week at Microsoft’s headquarters in Seattle, USA, the companies showed off how the technology could work in a showroom. Show More Summary
mr’s spy photographers have managed to catch the first look at the updated colorado 7 suv, undergoing testing in melbourne. although heavily obscured by camouflage, these images offer the first look at what holden has in store for the revised seven seater. Show More Summary
Fans in Europe will reportedly wait until the middle of next year before they can peel away in the new Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio, and Australians will wait even longer. But, for those who just can’t stop thinking about Italy’s latest hero, Alfa’s American arm has handed down some basic relief: a mini configurator. Although […]
The holidays bring forth increased travel. It’s often thought the Wednesday before Thanksgiving and the Sunday after are the heaviest travel days, but the National Household Travel Survey states otherwise. When personal trips are combined with the masses at airports, bus stops, and train stations, Thanksgiving Day is actually the busiest. Last year, AAA estimated 46.3 […]
by Carol Matlack (Bloomberg) – As Europe hastens to find housing for a tidal wave of refugees, some countries are starting to look at waterborne shelters. Sweden’s Migration Board is in discussions with several cruise ship owners to provide shelter for several thousand of the 360,000 refugees forecast to enter the country in the next year. Show More Summary