"Abarth described the 695 Biposto as the world’s smallest supercar. In truth, it’s closer to a road-legal race car. Either way, this fastest and feistiest of Fiat 500s came with a price tag to match. When launched in 2014, it "
"To run the risk of sounding a little bit like Prof. Brian Cox here, Josse was the briefest of flashes in our galaxy of motoring. Unless you happened to be looking in the right place at the right time, you "
"The Honda Integra Type R is a car shrouded in automotive folklore. From starring roles in The Fast and The Furious and the Gran Turismo franchise through to the almost-mythical status of its high-revving VTEC heart, this little Honda has "
"My girlfriend said that she’d leave me if I bought a Skoda Estelle. This was in the mid 1990s, when Britain’s roads were littered with old gents in hats pottering about in rear engined Skodas, less-than-alternative comedian Jasper "
"You’ve met the Alpine A110 before. You will have done somewhere, whether it’s on telly or in a magazine, or perhaps even in the flesh, when one of the few lucky owners that have taken delivery flashes past "
"Ah, Paris. Home to art, love, wine, landmarks and many, many dented automobiles. They come in all shapes and sizes (the cars, not the bodywork blemishes) – and in those pretty streets lives something a little more exotic than your average 2"
"On Thursday 22nd November Influx went Underground. We didn’t go alone, of course. We were joined by a flood of Influxy types, from car designers and journalists, to design students, insurance personnel and – of course – passionate motoring enthusiasts, we "
"Many of you will have heard of the Alfa Romeo Museum in Arese, close to Milan, dedicated to the history of the Italian brand. But a less well-known shrine to Alfa is only six miles away: a private collection, with "
"It’s that time of year when you’re dealing with leaf-covered roads and a sun that puts in fewer hours per day than I did as a teenager. It’s the time of year when your car carries a "
"It was the 1990s. Curtains haircuts were in, the New Romantics were out, and The Simpsons were on everyone’s TV. And if you were any sort of follower of fashion, you had a coupé on your driveway. This was "
"Steve McQueen didn’t have many friends in Hollywood. According to the actor’s biographer, Marc Eliot, he’d burned just about every bridge with every director and co-star with whom he’d ever worked. McQueen seems to have been "
"Car culture can be found in the most unlikely of places. Deep in the Ecuadorian jungle, for instance, where automotive adventurer Ben Coombs found himself gate-crashing a gathering of the local car club, dedicated to Nismo-inspired Datsun pickup trucks. Or "
"In 1958 ex-soldier and sometime Italian resident John Gordon was the managing director of Peerless cars, who were based in Slough. Peerless made four-seater sports saloons, using a tubular frame, supporting a fiberglass body, with a de Dion rear suspension and "