WhichCar TV Season 2 Season finale episode preview

After a massive 30 episodes, let's see out the season by looking back at some of our best hits

N Drift Van Hyundai Jpg

What's on WhichCar TV this week?

It's our season finale!

We reach a lofty milestone this Sunday, marked by the season finale of our second season. While it might be sad to see out WhichCar TV for the year, let's look back at some of the wild ideas we brought you over the past 30 episodes and wonder: 'What were we thinking?!'

Hyundai iMax N Drift bus

When we caught wind that Hyundai Australia was working on a Kia Stinger-powered drift van, we immediately put our hands up for a test drive. Hyundai finally granted us access to the one-off creation at a rainy Winton raceway which made for some great television, but it wasn't as positive an outcome for Hyundai's tyre budget...

Hyundai iMax N Drift Bus review feature

That wasn't part of the plan!

It's no surprise that things don't always go according to the script. And while we've got a boat-load of bloopers sitting on the cutting room floor (which hopefully the producer lets us share at some point!), here's just a couple of stuff-ups we caught on camera during filming. 

4x4 of the Year 2019 Volkswagen Amarok V6 Core feature

Lending a helping hand

The Jimny is a happy-go-lucky off-road go-getter that's always keen to lend a hand. But it seems this time around that ambition has outweighed ability.

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The only car we crashed

Crashing a car is an inevitability. That's why we thought we'd get it out of the way with the help of our friends at the Australian New Car Assessment Program. We crash-tested a brand-new Subaru Forester to get a look at how valuable crash safety data is recorded.

We crash test a 2019 Subaru Forester with ANCAP

Continental Car Lab

Manual or automatic. It's a debate for the ages that the WhichCar office dives into all-too-easily. But which is the better buy? 

2018 Ford Mustang GT Manual Jpg

Toppling a lap record

Back when the Porsche GT2 RS was unveiled, it was taking track records all over the world. We saw the perfect opportunity to take a record of our own with the new Porsche 911 GT2 RS at the newly-built Bend Motorsport Park. Watch on as Warren Luff wrestles the Porsche toward a production car lap record at the second longest circuit in the world. 

2018 Porsche 911 GT2 RS The Bend lap record video news

That about wraps us up for Season 2 of WhichCar TV! Thanks for your support over the past year and we hope to see you again for the next season coming in 2021. 

WhichCar TV Season Two Episode 30

3:30pm Sunday September 27, Channel 10 


For season two, we're also offering an amazing prize for our viewers. How does a trip to the Maldives sound? Pretty awesome, right? 

The competition is open NOW so make sure you tune into WhichCar TV on Channel Ten at 3:30pm Sunday AEDT.

And, if for some reason you can't (and it had better be a good reason!) then there's a host of ways to catch up on the show, check out behind-the-scenes stuff and find out more about the cars Aussies want to buy.

For example, our weekly podcast, our Facebook page and our YouTube channel are standing by 24/7. 

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