If you’re a gamer of a certain age (like me) you’ll almost certainly remember the very first Playstation release of Gran Turismo waaaaaaay back in 1997.
Things have come a long way since Henry Ford first introduced mass car production proclaiming ‘Any colour you want, as long as it’s black’.
Skoda sells the Citigo in either three or five-door guises, which is more than you can expect from many of it’s A-segment rivals as most tend to offer one body style due to costs.
If you’re still for a great Christmas gift for the person that has everything have a look at these cool, road legal number plates from Fourdot. Available for a wide range of cars and fully customisable to fit with the drivers personality, the high grade acrylic tailor-made number plates.
The way we drive cars is going to change dramatically in the next 20 years and if you’re in any doubt here’s a new video from Volvo showing off their upcoming autonomous driving technology.
will.i.am has always been a bit of a geek. Way before he sat on a revolving chair on ‘The Voice’ techno giants Intel Corp employed him as ‘Director of creative innovation’, which sounds like a pretty fun title for a musician.
It’s the sort of car you could drive to the ends of the Earth – and back, should the mood so take you. The kind of car that, once in its sumptuous clutches you would never want to get out of – for each, and all – of your remaining days.
My first time in the all-new 2015 forfour car from Smart was back in February when I took one over the hills and far…
Here are five fashion conscious cars – some highly customisable to suit your exact tastes – to get you thinking:
PREMIER brand Audi produces cars that are a pleasure to drive – so what do their technical wizards in Germany think they are doing, making a car that drives itself?
Following the official launch at the Geneva Motor Show back in March, Lotus have just announced more information regarding their fastest and most powerful road car ever, the Evora 400.
THERE’S a crisp, freshly laundered air about the new Skoda Fabia. It looks as though it has been in the automotive equivalent of one of those trouser presses you used to find in hotel rooms.
I quite like this new Ad for the Renault Twingo. They’ve managed to come up with an idea that is a bit less in your face, a touch lighter and dare I say it, fun.
Fiat has launched the latest iteration of its well-proven ‘Cinquecento’ theme with the 500X, a five-door, soft-road crossover. With a real-world starting price of £14,595, it is in showrooms now and goes head-to-head with rivals such as Nissan’s oddball Juke, the uninspiring Renault Captur and Peugeot’s affable 2008.