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Why Concept Cars Are Going Nowhere

Another year of international car shows spells another round of scantily-clad girls stripping the covers away to reveal motoring’s gorgeous, pouting f... Read More

To Buy A Car With A Mouse

In the future most new car sales could be done via a mouse click rather than a handshake – that’s the prediction of a team of expert global business c... Read More

Crossovers at the Crossroads

Why settle for an ordinary boring boxy little hatchback that looks like everyone else’s? Why not get a bit of sporty style, off-road height and go-any... Read More

Fiat 500 – Back From The Dead UPDATED

In 1959, Italian company Fiat released their tiny little 500 city car and it was instantly a style icon. In 2008, the company reintroduced the car wit... Read More

BMW 6-Series | Back From The Dead

In 1976, BMW presented the all-new 6-series, bringing a new era of luxury cars. In 2003, the 6-series we all know was unveiled and lifted the bar for ... Read More

Mini | Back From The Dead

In 1959, the Mini was launched and an icon was born. In 2001, BMW released a new, modern Mini and the name lived on. In both iterations, MINI has prov... Read More

Automotive Personality – Personalised Number Plates

More likely than not, your car cost a pretty penny, and you no doubt agonised over the decision. Which make and model was right for your lifestyle and... Read More

Parking At A Premium

Renowned for being a city of firsts, New York City provided a motoring landmark moment last summer when property firm Prudential Douglas Elliman offer... Read More

Why Combustion Engines Could Still Be The Best Option

Most of us are aware of the importance of our actions and their effects on the environment. Indeed, going green is now a watchword for individuals and... Read More

Star Cars – The Greatest Restored Movie Cars

There have been a host of film and TV series where the vehicles used have stolen the show as much as the actors performances. Andy Greeves profiles so... Read More