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  • Mercedes-AMG One hypercar delayed a further two years, rumours suggest

    The Mercedes-AMG One hypercar is facing fresh delays as engineers struggle to make the F1-derived engine roadworthy, according to reports. German motoring publication Auto Motor und Sport says the hypercar’s release has been pushed back to 2021 after initially being scheduled for this year. The latest delay is a further setback for the project – […] More

  • Thieves able to steal keyless entry cars in 10 seconds

    Some of Britain’s most popular cars are vulnerable to being driven away by criminals within 10 seconds of a theft attempt beginning. An investigation by consumer magazine What Car? found that thieves are able to exploit weaknesses in keyless entry systems by capturing the signal on one device and sending it to another next to […] More

  • Ultra-limited 791bhp Pagani Huayra Roadster BC revealed

    Pagani has revealed the Huayra Roadster BC, a convertible version of the ultra-light, track-focused Huayra BC. Performance comes from a new twin-turbocharged 6.0-litre V12, built exclusively for the Italian firm by AMG. It’s now the only V12 that Mercedes-Benz’s performance arm builds, making 791bhp and 1050Nm of torque. The Huayra Roadster BC might look like […] More

  • Pagani teases Huayra BC Roadster ahead of Pebble Beach reveal

    Pagani has teased a new version of its Huayra ahead of a reveal at this year’s Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance. Believed to be the BC Roadster, it’s the latest in a long line of special-edition cars from the Italian supercar manufacturer. The BC is a lightened and more powerful version of the regular Huayra, and […] More

  • Bring in graduated licences for new drivers sooner, say safety campaigners

    The government should accelerate the introduction of graduated driving licences for learner drivers to reduce the number of road deaths, say safety campaigners. IAM RoadSmart has accused the government of ‘brushing the issue under the carpet’ because the number of road deaths has stayed largely the same in recent years. The DfT says the UK […] More

  • Top 8 luxury estates on sale today

    Ah, the humble estate. The family workhorse or businessman’s office away from the office. But just because estates are normally associated with being purely practical, that doesn’t mean they can’t be classy affairs. Some of the world’s most premium and luxury manufacturers offer high-class wagons, so if you’re after a posher estate, here’s the best […] More

  • Audi reveals updated SQ7

    Audi has lifted the lid on its updated SQ7 ahead of its arrival on sale in the UK next month. Powered by a 429bhp turbocharged V8 diesel engine, the SQ7 punches hard with 900Nm of torque and an ability to go from 0-60mph in just 4.5 seconds. Flat-out, it’ll hit a limited top speed of […] More

  • New Corvette revealed with mid-mounted 6.2-litre V8

    It’s finally happened – Chevrolet has unveiled the highly-anticipated C8 Corvette. With the sheets off and information about the car now in the public domain, there’s a lot to talk about. The first and most notable thing is the mid-engined layout – something we’ve known about for a while now. That’s right, after 66 years […] More

  • Lotus reveals £1.7m all-electric Evija hypercar

    Lotus has revealed its highly anticipated all-electric hypercar with some bold claims about it being “the world’s most powerful series production road car”. It’s called Evija – pronounced Eh-vi-ya – which means ‘the first in existence’, giving a nod to the fact that this model marks a new chapter in the British sports car maker’s […] More

  • Two “completely new” Audi RS models due before the end of the year

    Two “completely new” models are among six RS variants still to be revealed in 2019 as Audi celebrates 25 years of its performance badge. The German firm has not revealed which of its models will get the RS treatment for the first time, but the most likely would be the Q8. It’s the ultimate form […] More

  • Aston Martin Valkyrie makes its public debut at British Grand Prix

    The Aston Martin Valkyrie has broken cover to lap Silverstone ahead of the British grand prix. The new hypercar, developed in conjunction with Red Bull Advanced Technology, completed a slow demonstration lap to ceremonially begin its physical development programme after months of digital modelling and simulation work. Aston Martin’s high-performance test driver Chris Goodwin was […] More

  • Focusing on electric vehicles could be detrimental to the environment, experts say

    Focusing on all-electric vehicles could have a detrimental effect on the environment, according to industry leaders. They added that manufacturers’ huge push towards electrifying their ranges has resulted in battery technology that cannot be recycled or is expensive to recycle, while combustion engines still have less environment impact over the lifetime of the product. Autocar […] More

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