Swan song for Lamborghini’s Aventador

Swan song for Lamborghini’s Aventador

By Fahad Redha It’s hard to believe that the Aventador has been with us for a decade. It has gone down in history as one of, if not the top selling V12 supercar of all time. It may even be one of the most produced 12-cylinder cars ever. Lamborghini had...

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Checking up on Britain’s small brands

Checking up on Britain’s small brands

By Fahad Redha There is a false idea that Britain has no car industry anymore. The reason, many say, is that many of our biggest brands are foreign owned. There are a few problems with this. First of all, whoever may own Jaguar or Mini, their cars are still designed,...

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Lotus reinvents its range

Lotus reinvents its range

Lotus is entering a new era as its current range is discontinued. The Elise, Exige, and Evora are all being put out of production with new sports cars set to replace them. The all-electric hypercar, the Evija, has already been revealed and will be joined by an entirely reinvented range.This...

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First BAC Mono R Delivered In OUTRAGEOUS WipEout-Inspired Livery

First BAC Mono R Delivered In OUTRAGEOUS WipEout-Inspired Livery

Briggs Automotive Company (BAC) has officially delivered the first BAC Mono R supercar to a European customer, finished in one of the most unique and outrageous liveries ever produced by the company. The remarkable design of R #1 is inspired by the world-famous Sony PlayStation anti-gravity racing series ‘WipEout’, in...

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Link Scooters

Link Scooters

Scooters: the bane of your life, or an economic, quick and useful way to get around? Despite the police and others confirming that the electric powered scooter is illegal under current legislation (except on private land) I`ve yet to see anyone being stopped by the boys in blue, whether they...

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Green planes taking off

Green planes taking off

The world’s first zero-emissions commercial aircraft are expected to take off by 2035. With that in mind Airbus has revealed three concept planes that take to the skies with greener propulsion. Known as ZEROe, this trio of concepts are powered by hydrogen and have the potential to reduce aircraft emissions...

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Le Mans 2020

Le Mans 2020

By Maitland Cook For the first time since 1968 the Le Mans 24 Hour Race was run in September, and for the first time ever (since 1923) there were no spectators! A very unusual experience, but in fact the race was eventful, interesting, and extremely competitive. The works Toyota’s in...

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London Concourse kicks off with world-class lineup

London Concourse kicks off with world-class lineup

The London Concours takes place Wednesday and Thursday, the 19th-20th August, becoming the UK’s first major automotive event to take place since February. Over 100 rare and exotic performance and luxury cars of all ages will gather into London’s Honourable Artillery Company HQ –  a five-acre oasis of green nestled among the...

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82% of drivers think petrol & diesel sales should end before 2035

82% of drivers think petrol & diesel sales should end before 2035

A new consumer association, Electric Vehicle Association (EVA) England, is being launched to represent the interests of current and prospective electric vehicle drivers in England. Inspired by similar associations in Scotland, Norway, the Netherlands, Canada and the USA, EVA England has conducted its own survey in order to understand people’s...

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