BMW would have you believe that the all-new 2 Series is inspired by the BMW 1600-2 from 1966 or the spectacular BMW 2002 turbo…
After its official UK debut at the Goodwood Festival of Speed, Maserati has confirmed UK pricing of the Ghibli beginning at £48,830** for the…
Perhaps it’s just me, but I prefer to make my own mind up if something (or someone) is beautiful and form an opinion on…
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We all know about General Motors’ European troubles, where the Opel and Vauxhall brands operate. While GM posted a global profit last month of $2.3bn, compared with $2.2bn for the same period last year, losses in its European market could reach $1.8bn, up from $300m in 2011.
If you regularly need to exceed 155mph on your commute to work*, then you’ll find Jaguar’s optional new Speed Pack for the XFR an absolute godsend.
The inaugural Cayenne GTS from 2008 was far more than the sum of its parts. Although just 20 bhp more powerful than the regular Cayenne S, it was arguably the most fun-to-drive SUV on sale at the time.
In response to BMW’s M5, Kia will be unveiling a new sports saloon concept at the next month’s Frankfurt motor show. “In response..?” I hear you say, “I didn’t know there was a question that the Korean manufacturer needed to respond to..”
It would be fair to say that Volvo’s new S60 needs to be a game-changer for the brand. When you look through the press material and speak to Volvo’s marketing team you regularly hear statements such as “..the all-new S60 will deliver a sporty drive like no Volvo before” and “The customers in this segment want emotional appeal, sporty design and dynamic driving properties. The S60 has it all.”
Jaguar has taken the wraps off this new XJ design concept as part of Jaguar’s 75th anniversary celebrations.
Have Mercedes-AMG transformed their E 63 AMG into another eco-success story? In your dreams!
At last a video that focuses on the Panamera’s credentials as a drivers car.