• Spy Shots: 2012 Ford Focus EV

    The all-electric version of the next-generation Ford Focus will go on sale in the U.S. by the end of 2011 and in Europe by 2012. From these latest spy photos we can see that the Focus EV will get a unique front fascia compared to… Continue reading »

  • Derek Black Drives the New BMW X3 In the Alps

    The new X3 steps out of the shadow of the X5, well-equipped to face the brave new motoring world. Little brother has grown up and learned to be more politically correct. What am I wittering on about? Well, I have just been to the Austrian… Continue reading »

  • Video: Private View of Petter Solberg's Car Collection

    Recently comedian/actor Neil Cole visited 2003 World Rally Champion Petter Solberg in Sweden, where the he gave an exclusive tour of some of his amazing cars. The collection mainly includes different rally cars, but there are also some nice street cars in the collection. What… Continue reading »

  • Christmas Gift Ideas: Porsche Design Composite Bobsleigh and Aluminium Sledge

    This winter you can be the fastest on the slopes with the new Porsche Design composite bobsleigh. This plastic bobsleigh is a perfect Christmas gift for any Porsche enthusiast and draws inspiration from the racing bobsleigh. It can be steered simply and individually using the… Continue reading »

  • To the Rescue! Peugeot Accident Assistance

    At a particularly appropriate time, given the current weather conditions, Peugeot is offering a complementary accident assistance service to all owners, taking away all the hassle of dealing with recovery agents, repairers and insurers. In the event of an accident, Peugeot owners just need to… Continue reading »

  • Movie Stars! Cars in Movies

    Who makes a movie? Usually, it's a joint effort. In some films, however, it isn’t just the actors, director, crew and backroom staff that make the result memorable. It's a car or cars and here are some we all know and love… Roald Dahl and… Continue reading »

  • The Track MP4-12C: McLaren Confirms GT3 Car

    McLaren today confirmed its plans to bring the McLaren name back to GT sports car racing. From 2012, McLaren and CRS Racing will supply and support a limited number of GT3 racing cars for European-based privateers. The cars will be based on the McLaren MP4-12C… Continue reading »

  • Land Rover Funds 30 Defibrillators for the British Red Cross

    Land Rover UK and the British Red Cross today announced a new emergency response partnership, to significantly improve the British Red Cross’ ability to respond to major incidents in the UK and help save more lives when crisis strikes. The first part of this new… Continue reading »

  • Book Launch: The Maserati Classiche Series's Debut

    Maserati Classiche is a new, important resource for all enthusiasts and collectors. Edited by Maserati, it's made up of individual issues dealing with a single subject, with detailed, certified technical information on individual cars representing the history of the brand. Maserati models have been making… Continue reading »

  • New Rubber For Old: Changing a Wheel Safely

    Changing a car wheel with a flat tyre is a relatively easy task that can be done safely, provided you follow the rules. Here's how it can be done in five basic steps, with a few tips to maintain safe progress and make life easier.… Continue reading »

  • Mercedes SLS AMG Roadster Winter Testing in Germany

    The SLS AMG coupe with gullwing doors has been on the market for a while now and soon the convertible version will join the party. Spotted testing in Germany near the Mercedes facility in Stuttgart/Sindelfingen., the SLS AMG Roadster shows us a retractable canvas roof… Continue reading »

  • Spy Photos: Mercedes C-Class Coupe Winter Testing in Sweden

    Mercedes engineers are currently testing their future models in Northern Sweden. Here we have latest photos of the upcoming C-Class Coupe, which is set to arrive next summer. The C-Class Coupe will replace the CLC and will feature the same front and rear ends as… Continue reading »

  • Never Satisfied? APS Brackley Can Boost the Golf R

    For some, 275 bhp just isn't enough. Golf R owners feeling this way can now take advantage of two-stage performance tuning for their cars, with the added backup of a range of chassis upgrades. Both upgrades are aimed at the 2-litre TFSI all-wheel drive Golf… Continue reading »

  • Aston Martin GT4 Challenge Expands for 2011

    The Aston Martin GT4 Challenge will return in 2011, with an increased number of races and an enlarged grid count. The one-make race series, fundamentally based around the V8 Vantage road car, provides the first step on the GT ladder. Following the success of the… Continue reading »

  • Two in One: The Dual Mass Flywheel (or DMF)

    There are a lot of technical terms bandied about where cars are concerned. If you know your Thackeray washers from your Belleville washers, you're laughing but sometimes, concepts that defy logic pop up. One such is the dual mass flywheel, or DMF. After all, a… Continue reading »

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