" There's been a lot of feel-good commentary in the Motor Sport press ruminating on how racing just could be the saviours of the motor industry and the planet as we know it, by shaking down, then trickling down the expensive "
" I dreamed last night of bats screeching and red Chevy convertibles. And today I have the work of Hunter S Thompson on the brain. Perhaps it is all this talk of government subsidy for electric vehicles. Perhaps it is the "
" Packing the power of 325 horses, a clever four-wheel drive transmission and chassis and a sub-six second 0-60 time. Vauxhall’s new Insignia VXR is set to take lovers of everyman beefcake salivating. First reports from GM's press office tell us "
" Somewhere out there is a world where speed is just speed and cars are just cars. But I don't live in a world where that is true. Sometimes here at Influx towers we can twist ourselves into contortions trying to "
" You have to hand it to Bertone. The company seems to be more adept at drawing together a collective of designers who are prepared to push the boat out than anyone else. And when you look at the Bonkers Autobianchi "
" In 1982, when the World Wide Web, Google Analytics and ubiquitous personal pixelage was just a glimmer in a handful of geeks' fluoro Wayfarers a film maker called Steve Lisberger imagined a world called Tron. The film, in which Jeff Bridges "
" With the ongoing debate here on the merits and aesthetics of Nissan's Skyline , we couldn't ignore the company's latest release. Whatever you think generally of the look, feel and performance of cars from Japan, if you've got a sense of "
" The Abarth badge, all Scorpions, proletarian pomp and red stripes, is sixty this year. Having found new life in the tuned version of Fiat's Giugiaro-penned Grande Punto and the coolest little kid on the block the 500, we thought it about "