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Bentley reveals OCTOPUS electric powertrain project

Bentley Motors has announced a three-year research project that, according to the company, will deliver a breakthrough in the development of e-axle electric powertrains. The study, which involves nine partners and is being funded by the Office for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV), is being delivered in partnership with Innovate...

Jaguar Classic reveal E-Type anniversary edition

Jaguar Classic will create six matched pairs of Jaguar E-types to celebrate the iconic sports car’s 60th anniversary in 2021 named the E-type 60 Collection. Each pair of E-type 60 Edition cars pay tribute to two of the oldest and most famous Jaguar E-types of all: ‘9600 HP’ and ‘77...

Assembly of Bentley Blower Continuation Series gets underway

Bentley has announced that work has begun on assembling the engineering prototype of the first ‘new’ Blower Bentley in 90 years. Known as ‘Car Zero’ the work is being carried out at the Bentley Mulliner workshop in Crewe. The prototype will be followed by twelve further cars, each of which...

Vauxhall Heritage announces first free public exhibition

For the first time in its 72-year history, a selection of cars from Vauxhall Heritage’s famous collection will be on public display from next month, telling the incredible story of Vauxhall Motors rise from a niche sporting car manufacturer to one of the UK’s best-known automotive brands. ‘Vauxhall – Made...

Bugatti Baby goes into production

It was back at the 2019 Geneva International Motor Show when Bugatti announced that it had decided to give itself a 110th birthday present, and it came in the form of a reimagining of the famous Bugatti Baby. Just 500 will be made, and production has now begun. ...

New Drive-in Classic Car Show comes to Bicester Heritage

A brand new drive-in classic car show has been launched by Brand Events, the organisers of the London Classic Car Show, Car Fest and Top Gear Live, to be held 18-20 September 2020 at Bicester Heritage in Oxfordshire. The Classic Car Drive In Weekend is aiming to have over 500...

NEC Classic vows to go ahead with government greenlight

With coronavirus ravaging the classic motoring calendar, the organisers of the Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor Show, with Discovery, have vowed that the November 2020 event will happen if approved by government. “There is no one that wants this show to happen more than us,” says Show Director Lee Masters. “As...
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