"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 "
"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 "
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 "
"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 "
"Freedom. Expression. A go-anywhere spirit. If you’ve just passed your driving test, a car to ferry you to uni digs is also likely to be your first car. And while money may be tight, that doesn’t mean you "
"Whether you’re a newbie rider or consider yourself to be a pretty well-seasoned one, there’s always learning scope. And one way to do that is by visiting a motorbike tuition school. There are a number of schools up "
"The Grand Tour is back on our telly-boxes (assuming you have Amazon Prime), and we’re currently being treated to (or tortured by, delete as applicable and to your taste) by more road trips involving everyone’s favourite (or otherwise) "
"If you're of a certain age, you'll remember the sight and sound of the powder blue invalid tricycles that were once a common sight on our roads and at our football stadia. But do you know the story behind them?