The second-generation Audi R8 V10 is ferociously quick and provides a sense of theatre every time you start the engine. But those aren’t the only reasons you’d want to have one.
Our lunch stops were much more memorable than our dinners but to be fair, Wairau River Wines and Saint Clair Family Estate Vineyard Kitchen had set the standards really high.
Possibly the most technologically-forward in its category, the Audi A6 could also give its bigger brother – the A8 L – a run for its money.
Having lunch at a winemaker’s restaurant never disappointed, but dining in a vineyard setting makes the experience much more special.
Getting a taste of a major city’s suburbs can be a refreshing change of scenery. Auckland’s Newmarket offers plenty enough for a day or two.
The MINI Cooper is very similar to the MINI One, with one key difference. Which of the two would you have?
In a recipe for driving pleasure and luxury, BMW has updated the fourth-generation X5 to fit seamlessly into modern lifestyles and those with a sense of wanderlust.
Easily overlooked on the way to and from the more popular Publico Ristorante, Marcello is actually right next to the lobby of the InterContinental Singapore Robertson Quay and a good place to avoid the mainstream flock for a little more peace and quiet.
The all-new seventh-generation BMW 3 Series is thoroughly impressive and raises the bar again for sports sedans.
The Audi A8 L is a car you’d be very happy to spend an entire day in, even if you’re not going anywhere.