- We should expect something exciting in the full episode.
- This one also has the menacing looks to match the angry soundtrack.
- We're expecting Land Rover to unveil the next-generation model by next year.
- Financial Times reports that AMG boss Tobias Moers is being lined up to take the top job on TuesdayAston Martin boss Andy Palmer will be replaced at the helm of the company by AMG boss Tobias Moers on Tuesday, according to a report in the Financial Times.
The British sports car maker has responded to the report by saying it has no comment to make, neither confirming nor denying the story.
Palmer's position as chief executive has been the subject of speculation since billionaire Lawrence Stroll l
- Liberty Media, the company that owns Formula 1, concedes that some adjustment could be required to a business model based on live events in the post-coronavirus world if people change their behaviour.
- The company is working on a brand new PHEV system.
- A turbocharged leather-trimmed SUV drag race for the ages.
- Daniel Ricciardo believes the extended winter break in Formula 1 forced by the COVID-19 pandemic could help him have a longer career in the sport.
- The performance numbers are also in its favour
- Just a few visual tweaks her and there.
- Jean Todt believes a lack of unity at Ferrari has been the key reason for Sebastian Vettel’s failure to emulate Michael Schumacher and win Formula 1 world championships with the team.
- Slotting beneath super saloons in the motoring hierarchy, these more affordable alternatives are still guaranteed to entertainWhen you’re in the business of testing the latest and greatest new cars, you invariably devote a great deal of effort, brainpower and words defining and expressing what separates a truly great supercar, sports car or hot hatchback from one that is merely very good.
And while that’s often a captivating process, it’s important to remember one universal tru
- McLaren is chasing a return to the front after eight years awayAfter 182 Formula 1 victories in its first 46 years, McLaren has been absent from the front of the pack for the past eight. We meet the man turning it aroundMcLaren was heading into the 2020 Formula 1 season with a real sense of momentum, generated by the combination of a strong 2019, a renewed sense of direction, two talented young drivers and a new engine supply deal for 2021. McLaren was on the way back to the sharp end of the gri
- It arrived earlier this year in the E-Class sedan and coupe.
- Hungary could now follow Austria as the second venue of the 2020 Formula 1 season with the UK government set to confirm quarantine regulations that will make the British GP impossible in the short term.
- I’ve been expecting you.
- Enjoy 14 minutes of camouflaged cars at the Green Hell.
- Could it get an electrified powertrain, too?
- And a behind the scenes interview with the movie’s stunt driver.
- Formula 1 has been formally told that it will not be granted an immediate exemption to the British government’s requirements for all travellers arriving in the country to be put in quarantine, as predicted by Motorsport.com.
- The anticipation is killing us.
- The show will return next year.
- The show will return next year.
- Formula 1 teams have approved a radical set of rule changes aimed at securing the future of the sport in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, Motorsport.com has learned.
- Is the most expensive or powerful car in the range the best? It's not always that simple...
Not enough leaves you wanting more, but more can be too much. So, we picked a path through driver’s cars that upstage pricier variants – not too hot, not too cold, but just rightIt was a drive in the new 4.0-litre Porsche 718 Cayman GTS that did it. I took the car on the exact same route on which I’d recently driven the Cayman GT4 – just to see whether the normal GTS could get even
- 1 - Coventry Transport MuseumFew cities have as many car-related places, gems and secrets as this one. We commandeer a taxi and exploreOn Priory Street, in the shadow of Coventry cathedral and down a short flight of steps that takes you below pavement level, is a length of old brick wall supported at intervals by stout buttresses. Much of the old pointing around the bricks has disappeared. In fact, some of the bricks themselves have disappeared. The work of souvenir hunters? Possibly. After all,
- When the X8 M arrives, it might not share the X7’s platform.
- Dear Mazda, please make this dream a reality.
- The hot hatch sticks to its roots, for now.
- The company is looking to cut costs.
- The focus seems to be on the million-mile battery, but what if Tesla surprised us with a 700-mile EV?
- You can track the entire journey from Zuffenhausen to your local dealership.
- Honda's hot hatch set to go hybrid for its new generation and could be unveiled as soon as next yearThe first prototype of the next-generation Honda Civic Type R has been caught testing on German roads ahead of the hot hatch's expected 2022 debut.
The early sighting, on roads near the Nürburgring, comes before we've even seen any spyshots of the standard Mk11 Civic, which is likely to be unveiled in late 2021 and go on sale in 2022. The Type R could be revealed at the same t
- Romain Grosjean expects more surprises to follow in the Formula 1 driver market for 2021, believing the saga following Sebastian Vettel's Ferrari exit is not over yet.
- Finance minister warns brand could go bust without help after reports of factory closures and model cullingRenault could be forced out of business if it doesn't receive help from outside sources, France’s finance minister has warned.
In a Europe 1 radio interview earlier today, Bruno Le Maire warned the car maker “could disappear” and repeated the calls prime minister Édouard Philippe made earlier this week for the Renault plant in Flins, outside Paris, to
- It won the company's design contest.
- Volvo's CEO thinks that EV sales will recover faster than those of traditional cars
Buyers won't flood to showrooms for petrol or diesel cars after lockdown, reckons Håkan Samuelsson, so it would "be good to promote" electrificationVolvo's boss has claimed it would be “naive” to expect consumers to flood back into showrooms for petrol or diesel cars after the coronavirus-enforced lockdown is lifted.
Speaking at the recent Financial Times Global Boardroom conference, Håkan
- It's the fastest Lotus ever made, and only 20 were built.
- The company actually considered making a estate about a decade ago.
- The Black Edition gives the T-Roc a darker look
Compact SUV receives extra kit, black exterior details and rear privacy glassVolkswagen has introduced a new trim to its T-Roc, bringing black styling details and upgraded equipment to the popular SUV.
Called Black Edition, the package builds on the mid-range SE trim, with prices starting from £23,750 for the 1.0-litre 113bhp TSI petrol version.
The Black Edition introduces a dark finish to the T-Roc’s grille trim, door mirror caps, roo
- The company’s tallest model gets miniaturised.
- Curiously, the depreciation rate changes as they age, possibly due to battery concerns.
- Expect to see some Special Vehicle Operations EVs and PHEVs debut in the next few years, but we don't know exactly when.
- The planned factory could match the output of Tesla's Nevada facility
Britishvolt and AMTE Power to collaborate on £4bn project to match output of Tesla's Nevada battery facilityTwo British start-ups have announced plans to build the UK’s first ‘gigafactory’, which will supply batteries for electric vehicles and energy storage purposes, by 2023.
Scotland-based battery producer AMTE Power and tech start-up Britishvolt have signed a memorandum of understanding to jointly pr
- Charles Leclerc could be set for a starring role in a remake of the controversial driving short movie 'C'etait un Rendezvous', with filming set to take place this weekend.
- It'll be sharing fan pics on social media and releasing a new video series.
- It beat the likes of Aston Martin in a new survey.
- The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders says the measure would "unlock recovery".
- Study shows drivers still have concerns about electric cars.
- It promises unrivalled off-road performance with on-road niceties. But does it deliver?Now for the real test, then.We’ve already tried the new Land Rover Defender in some of the most inhospitable environments on earth, in off-road locations where its mechanical credentials were taxed to the extreme. But not anywhere as harsh as those that really show up a car’s character: the relentless, thoughtless daily grind, the urban jungle and motorway schlep, family abuse from morning till ni
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