When we first saw the Lagonda Concept at the 2009 Geneva Motor Show, we wondered what on earth Aston Martin had been thinking of…
Aston’s V8 Vantage receives a minor facelift for 2010.
Aston’s 4-door Rapide is now on sale at a price that will cause Maranello some concern.
Hot Hatch heaven and thrills from Das Green Hell 24HR Rennen, plus Ford Focus RS tracktest, B-road blast in Renault’s R26-R, First drive of VW’s Scirocco TSi and Subaru’s Impreza 330S STi, Nurburgring 24hr exclusive with Tim Schrick’s amazing Aston and the rest of the mentalists. Also ROAD 2 for all things two-wheeled.
This weekend Dickie Meaden races Aston’s V12 Vantage at the Nurburgring 24 hours and you can follow his exploits live on Twitter. You can also take a look at our video of his qualifying lap from a recent round of the VLN, which will shows you what to expect.
Richard Meaden drives the new Aston Martin V12 Vantage on the roads near Aston’s HQ in Gaydon. Well I guess he needs all the practice he can get given he’s racing one at the Nurburgring this weekend.. (Ed – lucky s*d!)
During our week with the XFR we tested it in a wide variety of situations; from motorway cruiser to rush-hour commuter, we used it for the weekly shop and drove it along some of the most scenic roads in middle-England.
Since it remained unfazed by all these challenges Jethro Bovingdon decided to take it far away from its natural habitat and join a Paddock Club RMA trackday at Donington Park circuit.
It would be pretty satisfying for any driver to get behind the wheel of the new Aston Martin V12 Vantage, but we’ve gone one step further and will be racing one in this weekend’s 4-hour VLN race at the Nürburgring.
Jaguar has always fought shy of chasing the German establishment, but with the XFR they’re ready to hunt down the BMW M5 and Audi RS6.
If you have been following our Twitter feed, then you’ll already know about our test this week of Jag’s new 503bhp XFR in the company of its closest rivals from BMW and Audi.
Jaguar, free from the shackles of Ford and buoyed by recent successes, has finally delivered two proper drivers’ cars. No excuses needed: the XFR and XKR are a new sort of Jaguar.
It’s less than a week until the press days of the Geneva Motor Show and DR will be there in force, so we’d like to hear what you’d like us to discover on your behalf.