The Russian media reported that Volkswagen AG could sell its Russian business – including an assembly plant and an internal combustion engine producer – to...
Following on from the first Ferrari 250 GT series cars in 1954, Pininfarina introduced the second series, a 250-based prototype, at the 1956 Geneva Motor Show. This was known as the 250 GT Boano, after Mario Boano to whom Pininfarina turned for assistance in order to meet demand for construction. Pininfarina had recently become Ferrari’s […]
What happens when you bring together over 3,000bhp and £1 million worth of 2022’s finest performance cars? Here is a cool video that we came across whilst browsing YouTube, which we thought you’d like if you are like us and love supercars. This is another brilliant CAR magazine Sports Car Giant Test. Cars tested and […]
The 30-98 was manufactured by Vauxhall at Luton, Bedfordshire from 1913 to 1927. In its day, its best-known configuration was the Velox standard four-seater with an open tourer body. Velox – veloc – is Latin for swift or fleet, and it is the source of the English word velocity. Vauxhall’s own description was the: “SuperExcellent […]
Here is our walk around the Platinum Collection at Salon Privé 2022. The Platinum collection was a collection of 16 exquisite and rare cars to celebrate the Her Majesty The Queens 70th Jubilee. ‘The Platinum Collection’ featured a display of spectacular as well as rare historic platinum and silver coloured motor cars of all ages. […]
Dodge has announced the third and fourth of seven “Last Call” models, following the news of the Charger and Challenger moving to electrified platforms. The 2023 Dodge Challenger R/T Scat Pack Swinger and Charger R/T Scat Pack Swinger follow the Charger Super Bee (second) and Challenger Shakedown (first), paying homage to Dodge’s “swinging” muscle car lineup of the late 1960s and early 1970s. “The name says it all – the originals had a unique, fun character, and that’s the same reaction we’re hoping for […]