What’s faster than an AMG and could be coming to Holden showrooms? The Cadillac CTS-V: one of a smorgasbord of high-performance machinery that’s being lined up to replace Holden’s V8 Commodore range.
Whatever lands Down Under, it won’t match the once-in-a-generation benchmarks of the McLaren P1 or Le Ferrari – which we’ve put head-to-head in Italy for the ultimate hypercar fisticuffs.
La Ferrari too expensive? Join us on the streets of Melbourne in the seductive Alfa Romeo 4C that’s the start of the Italian maker’s comeback.
We also look at the Aussies that took over the Detroit Motor Show, while another Aussie – Mark Webber – is our guest columnist and typically doesn’t hold back.
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