- Yes, Jarod Shelby, that's definitely a statement.
- More public appearances for the hydrogen-powered hypercar.
- It could be the last update for the aging SUV.
- It is one of the products that will need Karma’s second plant to reach the market.
- That’s the electric version of the GS-6, a car you used to call Revero.
- It’s a recipe that AMG, BMW and Audi say no longer appeals, but Lexus has gone its own way, with an almighty catch
- The EV still has a lot of camouflage.
- Upcoming Ferrari 812 Superfast 'Versione Speciale' confirmed in an exclusive video for Ferrari's most favoured customers
- McLaren F1's spiritual successor gets a £3.1m circuit variant with a kerb weight of just 852kgGordon Murray has chosen the birthday of three-time world champion Niki Lauda, and invoked the name of his former Brabham F1 colleague, to unveil the promised track-only version of his ultra-lightweight, V12-powered T50 supercar, just 25 of which will be built.
Officially dubbed the T50s Niki Lauda, the new car will be built entirely by Murray’s new low-volume specialist manufacturing compan
- The hardcore Gordon Murray T.50s Niki Lauda is lighter and more powerful than the road car
- More power and more downforce for track-focused version of Gordon Murray’s ultimate supercar
- The emphasis is on making the driver's job easier.
- Open-top take on the final air-cooled Porsche 911 pairs substantial performance upgrades with retro design cuesCalifornian Porsche customiser Gunther Werks has introduced the 993 Speedster Remastered as an open-top version of its potent, retro-inspired take on the final air-cooled 911.
Gunther Werks calls the new creation an “open-air model that not only heightens the experience with the rush of wind through your hair, but also pushes the boundaries of performance to build a stronger, ligh
- Spanish brands plan to launch a smaller electric hatchback which will share underpinnings with the upcoming Volkswagen ID.1
- The iconic designer doesn't think the C8 has enough 'Vette mojo.
- It seems there's no limit to the amount of entertaining TeslaCam footage that's shared online.
- Mass adoption of electric cars is predicted due to government's 2030 ICE ban, but infrastructure can copeThe UK’s national grid will be able to cope with the mass adoption of EVs by 2030, even with the public charging network also growing exponentially by then, according to experts.
Speaking during the Autocar Business Live event on the infrastructure challenges presented by the government’s 2030 ban on new petrol and diesel cars, Graeme Cooper, National Grid’s projec
- A decision will be taken by the middle of 2021.
- Lexus is up to something.
- Production will be capped at only 7,000 units.
- Let's take a look at where plug-ins are selling the best in comparison to the overall market.
- Alfa Romeo has unveiled its new C41 Formula 1 car ahead of the 2021 season, sporting some minor livery design changes from last year.
- New urban EV will follow larger El-born onto market
Seat Ibiza-sized 'urban electric car' will lead the transformation of the Spanish car industryCupra is set to launch an all-electric entry-level model by 2025 as part of the ongoing electrification of its line-up.
Speaking as Cupra marked three years as a standalone brand, CEO Wayne Griffiths said the compact EV would be "more than a car for us, it's the future of the car industry in Spain".
"Cupra will help make electric cars available t
- This one is all about subtlety.
- Volkswagen ID.5 will be a more rakish version of the ID.4, capitalising on growing coupe-SUV trend
- Daniel Ricciardo says his wide hips put him on the width limit for current F1 cockpits, but says he is all good with this McLaren.
- It's a rare bird with a V8 engine.
- El-born will be crucial to Cupra's future
Launch of hot El-born EV will coincide with introduction of virtual sales model; CEO plans 100% annual growthCupra boss Wayne Griffiths has revealed a bold expansion strategy for the Seat-owned performance brand, targeting a rapid shift to electrification and substantial sales growth in 2021.
Speaking at a virtual celebration for Cupra’s third anniversary as a standalone brand, Griffiths said the brand’s performance has exceeded the exp
- Which German performance model reigns supreme on wet surfaces?
- Limited-run version of Cupra's new crossover cracks 0-62mph in 4.2 seconds, but won't come to the UKThe long-rumoured five-cylinder version of Cupra's new Formentor SUV is now official, with a 2.5-litre turbo motor borrowed from the Audi RS Q3 producing 385bhp and 354lb ft.
Revealed as part of the ex-Seat performance division's third anniversary as a standalone brand, the Formentor VZ5 is "strictly" limited to a production run of 7000 left-hand-drive units - meaning it will not be available in t
- The limited-run five-cylinder turbo Cupra Formentor VZ5 is the Spanish brand’s third birthday present to itself
- Cupra unveils a new Formentor flagship with a familiar five-cylinder and a halo status
- Formula E has renewed its TV deal with the BBC to broadcast live and free-to-air coverage in the UK during the 2021 season.
- Study shows the UK is expected to have more EVs than diesels at the end of the decade.
- Most motorists will be hitting the road when lockdown is over.
- Long periods of inactivity can impact the safety of a car's tyres.
- Smart’s Fortwo has garnered a loyal following – and no wonder. It’s distinctive, priced from £1500 and capable of high mileage. The Mk2 is the one to getRemember when the first Smart Fortwo came out? You’d often see the little things whizzing along in the outside lane of the motorway, their drivers proving that their tiny two-door hatch could mix it with bigger and faster machinery.
When its successor arrived in 2007, it shrugged off that particular chip and settled
- Pirelli’s P Zero Elect rubber can extend the range of an EV by as much as 15% compared with previous generations of EV-dedicated tyresIf you're a tyre designer these days, you could be stuck between a rock and a hard place. Why? Because of EVs – more specifically, high-performance EVs. Tyres are a melting pot of compromise, trading off between grip, ride quality, wet handling, dry handling and rolling resistance.
Over the past decade, the significance of rolling resistance has been s
- While other brands seemingly struggle with monthly plans, the Swedish company is seeing successIt reads like the car enthusiast’s dream: pay a fixed subscription fee and swap to whichever car you want from a brand’s line-up as and when it suits you.
Something sensible for the week and a sports car at the weekend? Drive electric day to day but switch to a diesel SUV for those long summer holidays? Or maybe a different performance car each month? The rise of car subscription services w
- Infrastructure changes may help accelerate the development of autonomous carsThe race to develop autonomous vehicles (AVs) has been slower than hoped, but it could be about to pick up pace.
Disillusioned by the limited progress of in-car technology, companies are shifting their attention from self-driving vehicles to the roads they will drive on. The goal is to accelerate the time taken to bring AVs to market – perhaps dramatically.
One of the most ambitious examples of this new focus is i
- 'Exemplar of French sophistication' aims to take the A110 upmarket, where healthier profit margins exist
Alpine has been busy of late. Not only has it joined Formula 1, if only in name, but just like Jaguar it has also committed early to becoming an electric-only brand. Already there’s an entry-level hatch and crossover models in the pipeline, as well as something more sporting, to be co-developed with Lotus.The arrival of the new A110 ‘Légende GT’ is therefore very
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