After 10 hours of octane-pumped action, thousands of kilometres over every terrain you can imagine, and 20 episodes, the first series of WhichCar has come to an end, but you can relive some of our favourite episodes by clicking the links below.
The inaugural season went behind the scenes at all of our coveted annual awards to show you what it takes to win The WhichCar Style Award, Wheels Car of the Year, Motor Performance Car of the Year and the 4x4 of 2019. We even took you along to the biggest night on the motoring calendar, the Australian Motoring Awards, where the trophies are handed out.
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And in a quest to investigate every aspect of motoring culture we went to the front lines of diehard enthusiast events, discovering what makes petrolheads tick every step of the way and every turn of the wheel. Some of them were scarier than others…
We compared hyperbolic sportscars, oversized utes that were just as ridiculous, more compact and more sensible comparisons and seven-seat SUVs for the whole family. In every case, we found a different angle and a twist you won’t have seen before.
But after many thousands of man (and woman)-hours writing, developing, scripting, shooting, editing and producing our stories, the chequered flag has fallen on the first series.
If you liked coming along for the ride then keep an eye on WhichCar in the coming months. Not only will the action continue in the pages of our magazines, online stories, the WhichCar Weekly podcast and many more web videos coming your way, but we will also have more to share about our next exciting project very soon.
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