The Lexus LF-NX concept unveiled at this month’s Frankfurt Motor Show is the first mid-size SUV to receive the company’s L-finesse design language. But…
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This month’s issue is dedicated to the Japanese ‘Zoom Zoom’ brand that is Mazda, a manufacturer who aim to make cars that are fun, different and exciting to drive, as well as catering for the family car sector brilliantly.
The most useful in-car accessory since cup holders will go on sale with the all new Infiniti M later this year.
The new M37 – a car which claims to be smarter than its driver.
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It feels like we’ve been waiting an eternity to hear details of Nissan’s more-focused version of its R35 GT-R, and at last the official silence has been broken.
We’ve become used to the leaner and meaner version of the GT-R being referred to as the V-Spec, but true to form (with this R35 model at least) Nissan have decided to break away from the past and this time call it the ‘SpecV’.