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  • Lexus confirms convertible LC is set for production

    Lexus has confirmed that it will build a production version of its new LC Convertible prototype. It has long been rumoured that the Japanese luxury car maker was set to build a drop-top version of its stunning LC coupe after a concept was revealed at the 2019 Detroit motor show. However, production has now been […] More

  • BMW’s new X6 is here with fresh engines and an illuminated grille

    The BMW X6, one of the innovators of the SUV-with-coupe-ish-styling segment, has been given a makeover to keep up with new rivals such as the Porsche Cayenne Coupe and Audi Q8. The Bavarian firm has given the model an updated look, new engines, and it’s even bigger than before – 26mm longer and 15mm wider […] More

  • Top 5 cars for the summer under £5,000

    Europe is currently experiencing somewhat of a heat wave at the moment and in the UK it seems to have been welcomed by most. With the sun out and temperatures in upwards of 20º, now is the time for the summer cars to emerge from the garage and go for a drive. But what makes […] More

  • Could this be Honda’s new electric sports car?

    Honda could be on the verge of introducing a new electric sports car, with fresh patent images offering a first glimpse at its design. Images filed by the manufacturer to the Japanese Patent Office show a car that bears a strong resemblance to the Sports EV Concept revealed at the 2017 Tokyo Motor Show. Its […] More

  • BMW engineer says European customers don’t want all-electric vehicles

    BMW is continuing to commit to plug-in hybrid models because European customers don’t want all-electric vehicles, according to a senior engineer. Car manufacturers have been forging ahead with development of all-electric vehicles as regulators push them to reduce their fleet emissions. However, Forbes reports that Klaus Frölich, director of development at BMW, told journalists that […] More

  • BMW’s electrification plan ahead of schedule as it teases new hybrid supercar

    BMW has announced that it is bringing forward its plan to have 25 electrified models in its line-up by two years. The German car manufacturer says more than half of those models will be fully electric and will enter production by 2023. In 2021, BMW says sales of its electrified models should be double what […] More

  • Mini reveals details on upcoming limited-edition JCW GP

    Mini has teased its new John Cooper Works GP model at the famous Nurburgring 24-hour race. The more hardcore version of the popular hot hatch has not yet been revealed in full production trim, but a camouflaged version was displayed at the ‘Green Hell’ over the weekend. The firm revealed that the car is lapping […] More

  • Is Ford about to release a more hard-core version of its GT supercar?

    Ford looks set to reveal a more hard-core, race car-inspired version of its GT supercar at next month’s Goodwood Festival of Speed. The American firm is remaining tight-lipped on what exactly it will unveil, simply saying it will make a ‘special announcement’ in relation to its ultra-exclusive supercar. However, a teaser image has been shared […] More

  • Aston Martin’s newest hypercar will be called Valhalla

    Aston Martin Valhalla is the new name of the hypercar formerly known as AM-RB 003. The official confirmation of the name means that the British firm’s new mid-engined, petrol-electric hypercar will continue the Norse mythology-inspired naming structure started by the Valkyrie hypercar. The Valhalla, which will be a track-ready but road-legal vehicle, will use know-how […] More

  • Porsche unveils extreme 718 Spyder and Cayman GT4 models

    Porsche has revealed two high-performance models – the 718 Spyder and Cayman GT4. Both cars utilise the same naturally-aspirated six-cylinder engine, and send power to the road through a six-speed manual gearbox. The new 4.0-litre flat-six unit produces 414bhp – 44bhp and 35bhp more than the previous-generation Spyder and GT4 respectively – as well as […] More

  • Dozens of drivers clocked speeding at least 10 times in four years

    Thirty-eight British drivers have been caught speeding at least 10 times in the past four years, an investigation has found. One driver has even been clocked driving too fast on 25 occasions at an average of once every eight weeks, according to figures obtained by the Press Association. Motorists are usually given a driving ban […] More

  • Alpine gives A110 sports car more power and better handling

    Alpine has revealed the A110S – a more powerful and better-handling version of its lightweight sports car. The 1.8-litre turbocharged engine has been reworked to provide 288bhp, which is 49bhp more than before. Torque is the same at 320Nm but available between 2,000 and 6,400rpm – 1,400rpm higher than the standard. Those figures mean the […] More

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