Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Motorcar New Releases

New Ford Focus ST

The new Ford Focus ST hot hatchback is coming. Ford has announced that there’ll... 


Infiniti FX50 Limited Edition

It would be unfair to dismiss this, the Infiniti FX50 Limited Edition, as a cynical... 


New Audi A7

It’s the car that takes Audi into yet another niche, but has the A7 got... 


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Motorcar News

Scirocco Rally Debut

Volkswagen has given the Scirocco R performance coupe its rallying debut. The bio-powered... 


Mini returns to the WRC

   Mini has confirmed that it is returning to world championship rallying next... 


Jaguar’s new 3 Series

The baby Jaguar is back! Following our previous recent story, bosses at the British... 


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Motorcar Reviews

McLaren MP4 – 12C McLaren MP4 – 12C

McLaren MP4-12C The 600bhp MP4-12C is McLaren’s first solo-built supercar since the incredible F1. We get the full story on this all-new Ferrari-frightener and talk to the men behind the project Text: David Vivian / Photos: Matt Vosper October 2009   The McLaren’s mission is to teach Ferrari, Lamborghini, Porsche and Audi a lesson McLaren... [Read more of this review]


Saab 9-5 2.0 TiD Vector Saab 9-5 2.0 TiD Vector

  Background:  Most cars have a showroom life of approximately seven years. The Saab 9-5 that this sleek new model replaces has survived unchanged, apart from the occasional facelift and engine upgrade, for the past 13.  It’s a long time to wait for a new car, and now this General Motors product arrives just as the American giant sells the Saab... [Read more of this review]


Morgan Aero Supersports V8 Morgan Aero Supersports V8

What is it? Morgan’s new range-topping sportscar, with a price tag to match. The Supersports is essentially a targa-roofed derivative of the previous Aeromax coupe, with the two cars sharing the same bonded aluminium chassis and lower bodywork. The Aeromax was designed by Matt Humphries while he was still a design student at Coventry. Now graduated... [Read more of this review]


Volkswagen Jetta 2.0 TSi Volkswagen Jetta 2.0 TSi

What is it? Volkswagen’s all-new Jetta saloon. It’s headed to UK showrooms in spring 2011, but it’ll be bigger news in the US, a market much keener on compact saloons for which this improved and enlarged version of VW’s Golf-based four-door has been expressely designed. VW is aiming for massive sales gains in North America over the next five... [Read more of this review]


Nissan Leaf Nissan Leaf

It’s amazing how quickly you get used to the silence. And yet, the absence of engine noise – apart from a fan-like whirr – is the main difference between driving the Nissan Leaf and, say, an automatic diesel Golf. Or maybe more pertinently, a Prius. Which is pretty amazing given how utterly unlike they are. I’ve just been driving... [Read more of this review]


Renault Megane CC Renault Megane CC

This new Renault Megane Coupe Cabriolet is the last in the model range to sport the nipped, tucked and botoxed new face and, to the delight of the self-tan crowd, comes with a folding glass roof. The car’s bug-eyed mug and junk-in-the-trunk rump is prettier than its dowdy predecessor, and trumps rivals like the Focus CC and 308 CC, both of which... [Read more of this review]


Porsche 911 GT2 RS Porsche 911 GT2 RS

What is it? A £164,107 Porsche 911, with 611bhp and 516lb ft. It is the fastest 911 ever to leave the factory. Its sole aim appears to be putting every Porsche tuner out of business – I mean how much more power do you really need? Technical highlights? The base engine is identical to the 997 GT2 (which is no longer built), but runs different turbochargers,... [Read more of this review]


Mercedes SLS AMG Auto Mercedes SLS AMG Auto

Background: The first thing anyone wants to talk about, of course, is the doors. Certainly, there is considerable excitement here at the return of the Gullwing Mercedes. And talk about them we will, discussing exactly how practical they are in real use. However, there is so much more to the new Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG than its show-stealing doors. The... [Read more of this review]


Mini Countryman Review Mini Countryman Review

  Today is the launch of Mini’s SUV, the Countryman. It’s by far the largest car yet to wear the new-school Mini badge, but with the regular hatchbacks boasting dynamic sparkle even in their most basic specifications, you’d be a fool to bet against a bigger version being just as much fun to drive. So what’s the Countryman like?... [Read more of this review]


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