Launch Report: 2018 Hyundai Kona

Perky Kona – New Hyundai makes a bold statement

Did you know that a host of kitesurfing speed records have been achieved in Namibia? That’s right, many have been set in the Walvis Bay and Lüderitz areas, and the fastest speed by a kitesurfer, as officially recognised by the world body for sailing, is 55,65 knots (that’s over 100 km/h!) set by Robert Douglas in Lüderitz.



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Launched: Alfa Romeo Giulia

Bellissima! We drive Alfa’s gorgeous new Giulia.

South Africans and Namibians have both had a long-lasting love affair with Alfa Romeo’s delectable Giulia. The passionate relationship (for Alfisti, at least) started 55 years ago when the original Giulia, the Tipo 105 Berlina, and its subsequent sub-types became the first Alfa model range to be built in South Africa in substantial numbers.

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Spesiale Verslag: Tata Ekonomie Rit

2,100km met net 120 liter se voggies – is dit moontlik?

2,100km met net 120 liter brand-stof… Dis die uitdaging wat Tata gestel het vir ’n oorland-rit ‘n paar weke gelede vanaf net duskant Beitbrug tot digby die suidelikste punt van Afrika, Kaap Agulhas. Dis soortgelyk aan die teerpad-afstand vanaf Ruacana na Swakop (700km), dan daarvandaan oor Windhoek en Keetmanshoop na Lüderitz (1,200km), en weer terug na Keetmans…

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Launched: Mahindra Preview

India’s giant new offensive for southern Africa.

Mahindra? Ah, yes, it’s that Indian company building sturdy pickup trucks, hardy sport utilities and kind-of outmoded 4×4 types, right? Right. But not for much longer, as the Indian giant (currently the third largest manufacturer in India by sales volume) is readying itself for a model onslaught – locally, as well as internationally.

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