WhichCar TV Episode 13: US precedents and Australian benchmarks

Lap records, Yank utes and punk rock bands this week

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If you had to pick your next automotive adventure location based on the name alone, Death Valley might not be your number-one option, but that didn't stop Matt. At the wheel of the new Holden Colorado ZR2, he takes on one of the most punishing and unforgiving environments to push the toughened one-tonne ute to its absolute limits - and his.

Continuing the torturous testing, Dave sets out to see if the new Ford Endura can fill the boots of the much-loved Territory with the ultimate function test - can it serve a punk rock band and survive?

Then it's back to the US where Matt is joined by Telf at the SEMA show - arguably the most prominent aftermarket and modified car showcase on the planet.

This week's finale revisits the Motor Magazine Performance Car of the Year to set a time to beat at the Bend Motorsport Park. It's the newest race track in Australia and the Porsche 911 GT2 RS is one of the most exciting new performance cars of the year - a perfect partnership.

On-air: Channel Ten, Apr 21 (AU) / Apr 28 (NZ) 

Catch-up: Watch at tenplay.com.au (AU) or primetv.co.nz (NZ)


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