With a new ‘shooting brake’ rear end, Porsche’s Panamera has gone from being one of its most polarising to one of its most stunning. Not due here until next year, but demanding of mention.
The most un-Ferrari ever to wear the prancing horse badge is still a true Ferrari with a choice of V8 turbo or atmo V12, blistering performance, room for four adults, and a 800L boot when rear seats are folded.
The epitome of hyper wagons. Take a 4.0-litre twin-turbo V8, send its 445kW to the road through all four wheels and give it 565 litres of load space, and you have one of the most supercar-crushing everyday drivers money can buy.
HSV’s Clubbie wagon is built around an irresistible combination of supercharged LSA V8 power, rear-wheel drive, and one of the best ESC calibrations on sale. Grab one while you still can.
Thanks to the arrival of the Alpina brand here, you can now have a BMW 3 Series with M-car power and pace coupled with wagon practicality. Looks exclusive with 20-spoke wheels and Alpina stripes.