There’s a lot in this week’s Behind the Wheel…
CEO of the awards, Brandon Gien, calls in with all the details on this year’s automotive finalists.
We’re big fans of new technology, particularly technology that has the potential to save lives.
Bosch have come up with what they call a “Digital Protective Shield” for motorcyclists.
The boss of Bosch, Mark Jackman, explains how it works, and Steve McDowall from Motorcyclelife.com.au makes a return to Behind the Wheel with his thoughts on the new tech.
Joel Helmes has got an intriguing idea to revolutionise cruise control systems, and he’s been driving the all new MINI Countryman.
Rachel Franco has been at an auction where a Holden Torana sold for more than $700,000!
Simon Lai has been driving the Renault Megane GT and Renault Megane GT Line – we’ll find out what the differences are between the two, and hear what they’re like to drive on Aussie roads.
There’s been an Audi S4 in the Behind the Wheel garage this week – we want to remain level headed about this one and not got too carried away…but it’s good – very good. Pete and Chris tell you why!
Don’t miss a minute of it!