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    V&A Museum to highlight how cars have accelerated change

    A major exhibition showing how the car has shaped our world is to be staged by the Victoria & Albert Museum. A total of 15 cars and 250 objects will go on show in London later this year, including the first internal combustion-powered automobile – the Benz Patent-Motorwagen No 3. The exhibition will highlight the […] More

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    The best French classic cars for £20,000

    French car manufacturers may have poor reputations for boring things such as reliability, dependability, or build quality, but there are several areas where they excel. Innovation, for a start — French cars often debuted or popularised some of the techniques or features that are commonplace on cars today, such as front-wheel drive or the turbocharged […] More

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    All-electric Aston Martin Rapide E uncovered at Shanghai Motor Show

    Aston Martin has unveiled the production model of its Rapide E – the brand’s first all-electric car. The car – the first to be produced at the iconic brand’s new assembly plant at St Athan in Wales – made its debut at the Shanghai Motor Show, and is ostensibly a reworked version of the existing […] More

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    The least fuel-efficient cars on sale today

    We’ve got a habit of concentrating on the most impressive high numbers when it comes to cars. The highest top speed, the biggest engines, the largest number of cylinders, and many others. But sometimes we like to look at the losers – the cars that offer the least impressive numbers, and that’s what we’re doing […] More

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    Geely launches new all-electric Geometry brand

    Chinese manufacturer Geely has launched a new all-electric car brand. Named Geometry, its first vehicle is the ‘A’ – an electric saloon that could rival the likes of the Hyundai Kona Electric and Tesla Model 3. The Geometry A will be offered in two variants, with different batteries. Base models receive a 51.9kWh device, capable […] More

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    1954 Mercedes 300SL Gullwing could fetch £1m as Silverstone Classic sale headliner

    Silverstone Auctions’ Classic sale will be headlined by a rather special example of the Mercedes 300SL Gullwing. Going under the hammer on July 28, the 300SL hails from the model’s first year of production – 1954. With only 1,400 coupe models built over the car’s nine-year lifespan, the 300SL is notable for its characteristic top-hinged […] More

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    Limited-run Ford Fiesta ST Ford Performance Edition revealed

    One of Britain’s most-loved hot hatches has been enhanced with a new limited-edition guise. This is the Ford Fiesta ST Ford Performance Edition which, as the name suggests, has been treated to a full suite of upgrades from the manufacturer’s performance parts catalogue. Emblazoned in an unmissable ‘Deep Orange’ paintwork, this hot hatch is based […] More

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    Ultra-rare Mercedes-Benz could fetch more than £235,000

    One of the rarest cars to come from the masterminds of AMG is going under the hammer. This Mercedes-Benz CLK DTM AMG is one of just 100 examples built to celebrate the German firm winning the 2003 DTM championship – the German Touring Car Masters. While many may be more familiar with the hard-core CLK […] More

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    Ford trademarks ‘Mustang Mach-E’ name before electric SUV reveal

    After teasing a Mustang-inspired all-electric utility vehicle in the latter half of 2018, Ford has all but confirmed what the new vehicle will be called. The American manufacturer has filed a trademark with the European Union Intellectual Property Office for the name ‘Mustang Mach-E’, which references both the sports car the upcoming crossover is inspired […] More

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    Ford shares preview of upcoming Puma crossover

    Ford has brought back a name from its recent past in the form of an all-new coupe crossover. Called the Puma, it features a mild-hybrid petrol powertrain alongside class-leading boot space and athletic styling. The Puma joins Ford’s rather extensive SUV line-up, which features the Fiesta and Focus Active models, EcoSport, the third-generation Kuga, Edge […] More

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    McLaren teases new grand tourer ahead of full May reveal

    McLaren has given a glimpse of what to expect from its yet-to-be-unveiled grand tourer by releasing several images of a heavily camouflaged version. The as-yet unnamed car is due to be revealed in full next month and is the fourth model to be released as part of McLaren’s Track25 business plan. According to the British […] More

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    April Fools: The best jokes from the car industry

    April Fools. It’s a day when people trick, joke and kid one another just for the sheer hell of it. The motoring industry is no different; it loves to try and fool the automotive press with wild concepts and crazy ideas, usually based on some of its existing vehicles. This year is no different. We’ve […] More

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