"We are rather excited about the coming of Honda's new NSX. It's been a long while since the S2000 came onto the market - the last time the noble brand pushed whole heartedly into the world of pure sports cars. "
Anglo-Indian company Agni manufactures DC motors in India that are used mainly to power go-karts for indoor tracks. "We entered the race to promote the motors," designer Cedric Lynch says. The TTX organizers put Agni in touch with "
Yet another rebirth of a brand: this time classic British marque Frazer-Nash. Behold the striking Namir (Arabic for Tiger), which has been unveiled today at Geneva. It's a hybrid electric with a 814cc endothermic rotary engine (whatever that means) with "
"I would argue that the Subaru BRZ is the enthusiasts’ car of choice compared with the Toyota GT86. That might sound contentious, but maybe I like playing devil’s advocate?
Hand on heart, I think the BRZ is a sports "
"In the history of Automotive brands there has been none with the length, breadth or depth of Porsche's influence.
It's amazing to think that it's over a century ago that Ferdinand Porsche designed the world's first petrol-electric hybrid - as "
"The Ford Mustang is an iconic piece of American muscle that is loved the world over for its good looks, raw-sounding engine note and RWD lairiness.
When the new Mustang launched in the UK, it came with a noisy 5.0l "
"On the back of a quiet industrial estate in Hull, you can find treasure. There, lying dormant in a large warehouse lie more than 20 classic cars, cars that were constructed to be the very best machines of their day. Cars "
"An enthusiast’s dream. A collector’s dream. 400 unique motorcycles in one place, and a chance to take home a little piece of history.
Staffordshire Showground held this year’s International Classic Motorcycle Show where Bonhams were exhibiting their largest "
"There are famous explorers and adventurers we have all heard of, and we know their conquests and trips. Sir Ranulph Fiennes, Sir Edmund Hillary and Sir Michael Palin to name some, and when asked about their exploits and why they "
"So many British racing drivers will know the feeling. The feeling of Indira Flack bounding over with a smile and a question, or handing them a letter, asking them to be part of her huge photographic project.
To date, Flack "