Back at the turn of the new year, we brought you news of a Bugatti Type 57S Atalante that had been found in a barn in the North East, after the death of its owner, a Dr Harold Carr. We speculated on its price, for which estimates varied hugely, with some reports suggesting that a […]
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The SEAT Leon has been around for a few years now, and SEAT has decided it’s time for a facelift, so a revised Leon gets a debut at Geneva next month before appearing in showrooms in the Summer. SEATs, on the whole, are perceived as a cheaper alternative to a Golf, which is not a […]
A rare Ferrari 250 TR is to be auctioned in Maranello in May, and is expected to achieve a world record price at the Ferrari Leggenda e Passione sale.
As the world is only too well aware, GM has huge problems. In the real world it should have gone out of business, but in the political world that would probably be unacceptable to the American public. So it’s busy grovelling to Congress to acquire sufficient funding to stay alive until it can produce products […]
Flavour of the month, stop-start, and here’s another to add to the list. The Fiat 500 gets Start&Stop (I’ve lost count of the different monikers) as an option on the 1.2 Lounge, using Bosch technology to beef up the system to make it reliable. The Stop/Start also gets another Fiat moniker – Blue&Me – which […]
When we did a review of the Alfa Romeo MiTo recently, we were pretty smitten. Yes, it has its faults, but don’t all cars? And we speculated that if its residuals hold up it could turn out to be an absolutely cracking buy. Well, it looks like they will. CAP (the trade bible) has just […]
Citroen are trying to reposition themselves in the marketplace, or so it seems. They’ve changed their logo and decided that it’s time to copy Audi and come up with their version of ‘Vorsprung durch Technik’ – ‘Créative Technologie’. That’s bound to make a difference. We brought you news a few days ago of Citroen’s announcement […]
The Stig Saga rolls on! As we reported a few weeks ago, White Stig (the Top Gear test driver) was outed as Ben Collins, and we speculated, as did everyone else, whether this would be the end of White Stig. After all, when Black Stig was outed as Perry McCarthy he was unceremoniously killed-off by […]
When Mercedes and McLaren decided their road car future was not together, they went separate ways in development, but both with the aim of producing a lighter, more efficient car than the SLR. McLaren is well on the way with development of the P11 as we saw recently, and Mercedes is definitely getting close with […]
The current Renault Clio has been with us for a few years now, and Renault has announced a facelift for their best selling car, to be launched at the Geneva Motor Show in March. As with most car makers, Renault is going for the ‘Family’ look, and has grafted a new nose on the Clio […]