We know it’s been a while since Porsche introduced the original Boxster, but it’s hard to believe that it's actually been 25 years. To celebrate 25 years of Boxster production, Porsche has unveiled a limited-edition anniversary model called the Boxster 25 Years.
Singer Vehicle Design has done it again! If you’re not familiar with the company, they basically take old air-cooled Porsche 911s and make them irresistible – both in terms of design and performance. But this time, they’ve taken inspiration from the Porsche 959 and SC/RC rally cars to create the All-Terrain Competition Study (ACS).
The Toyota GR Yaris is probably the most surprising car of 2020, which is why it absolutely deserves to be the standout car of the year. Even before the pandemic, cars were heading towards a green, sensible, electrified-but-unexciting future. A future where performance cars that don’t cost the same as a house would be consigned to the pages of history, and for the longest time Toyota seemed to be at the forefront of this trend. But then it releases the GR Yaris – a homologation special that harks back to specials of the 1980s and 1990s, like the Celica GT-Four or Ford Escort RS Cosworth.
Following its reveal earlier this year, Ford has announced that the new Ranger Raptor will go on-sale in Europe in the middle of 2019.
After the F-150 Raptor managed to get legendary status amongst fans of off-road vehicles and pickup trucks, Ford decided to give its Ranger pickup the same treatment as its bigger American-market sibling. Apart from being a lot smaller in size than the F-150 Raptor, the Ranger Raptor also gets a small, very European 2.0-litre bi-turbo diesel engine with 213hp and 500Nm of torque. However, both the F-150 Raptor and Ranger Raptor have a 10-speed automatic transmission.
BRABUS have done some work on the Mercedes-AMG GLC 63 S to produce the BRABUS 600 Compact SUV.
One of the most anticipated sports cars of the year finally broke cover this week, the BMW M2 Competition, and it comes complete with M3 and M4 power.
It's been a week since the doors for the Geneva Motor Show opened, and they still are until this Sunday. The big theme this year is eco-friendliness, but with a twist. The twist is fun! With cars like the Volvo Polestar 1 and Honda EV concept cars, it seems like manufacturers have finally realized that people want cars that are eco friendly, but also fun. There's plenty of other interesting non-EV and non-hybrid cars as well, but 10 have stood out more than others. Hope you approve of the list.
The 2018 Geneva Motor Show is upon us, and there's plenty of new metal to get excited about. Eco-friendliness, as usual, seems to be the popular theme -- with a seemingly endless list of new electric and hybrid cars. However, a lot of manufacturers have managed to make them exciting. It seems that the days of boring, uninspiring eco-friendly cars are going away. Outside of the world of electric cars and hybrids, there's plenty of exciting new performance cars, as well as a great number of interesting new everyday cars. The doors open to the public tomorrow, check out these pics to get a preview.
The eighth-generation of the Audi A6 has arrived, complete with new styling and packed with plenty of technology for an improved, more efficient driving experience.
The Mercedes Benz E-Class has always been the benchmark for premium brand midsize sedans, thanks to its reputation for comfort and prestige. As a result – at least in Switzerland – it seems to be the default choice for many chauffeuring services, embassies, and even UberBLACK drivers. But things aren’t easy for the E-Class; facing tough competition from the likes of Volvo, BMW, Audi and even Lexus. So the E-Class always has to be that bit more appealing if it is to remain on top, and having spent a few hours with a new E300, I find out what makes it stand out over the rest.