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  • Toyota Hilux T-Bones Lamborghini Huracan Evo In Thailand

    Toyota Hilux T-Bones Lamborghini Huracan Evo In Thailand

    An accident involving a Lamborghini Huracan Evo RWD and a single-cab Toyota Hilux was caught on camera in Thailand. The Lamborghini driver was clearly at fault, with his supecar being T-boned by the pickup crossing the highway. The incident happened on November 24 near the Sukhothai Airport. A parade of Lamborghini models including several examples […] More

  • Tickets for F1 Spanish Grand Prix and Catalan MotoGP 2023 now on sale

    Tickets for F1 Spanish Grand Prix and Catalan MotoGP 2023 now on sale

    The circuit hosts races for both series in the summer months, as thousands of racing fans head to the Catalan capital for action under the Spanish sun. The Formula 1 Spanish Grand Prix is set to take place on 4 June, with Spaniards Fernando Alonso and Carlos Sainz will be hoping to give the fans […] More

  • Check Out This Cute Renault 5 GT Widebody Pickup Conversion

    Check Out This Cute Renault 5 GT Widebody Pickup Conversion

    It seems that you can find all sorts of things on eBay, even a tuned single-cab widebody ute based on the Renault 5 from the ’80s. This unique conversion is located in Taunton, UK, and is currently listed for sale at £8,000 ($9,673). The custom build is based on a second-generation 1987 Renault 5 three-door […] More

  • P5 the maximum for McLaren after “tough season” in F1 2022

    P5 the maximum for McLaren after "tough season" in F1 2022

    McLaren slipped from fourth to fifth after being outscored by Alpine, which produced a less reliable but still faster car, and the Woking team wasn’t helped by Daniel Ricciardo’s well-documented struggles. Norris acknowledged McLaren’s car wasn’t good enough to do much more than it did and says P5 is where the team belongs. “Yeah, it’s where we […] More

  • Nearly 9 Out Of Every 10 New Cars In The UK Don’t Offer A Manual Handbrake

    Nearly 9 Out Of Every 10 New Cars In The UK Don't Offer A Manual Handbrake

    It’s no surprise that the rise of quick-shifting automatic transmissions has led to an overall decline in traditional manual transmission offerings in the auto industry. In recent years, this has led to the creation of the saying “save the manuals” in hopes that automakers will hold out for us enthusiasts. However, a new study conducted […] More

  • WEC drivers bid farewell to special GTE Pro category

    WEC drivers bid farewell to special GTE Pro category

    This month’s Bahrain 8 Hours finale marked the end of the all-professional GTE division in the WEC, amid a shift in manufacturer interest to the new Hypercar class for prototype cars. GTE Pro had been a permanent staple of the championship since its rebirth in 2012 and was loved by fans across the world for […] More

  • F1 drivers should quit if not prepared for marathon battles

    F1 drivers should quit if not prepared for marathon battles

    The Dutchman enjoyed an early end to the 2022 contest where his run of dominant form over the second half of the season meant he wrapped up his second drivers’ crown at the Japanese Grand Prix. This was in stark contrast to his maiden title success in 2021 which went down to a nail-biting finale […] More

  • Did Ren Sato deserve to be axed by Red Bull?

    Did Ren Sato deserve to be axed by Red Bull?

    This time a year ago, Super Formula Lights race winner Sato was something of an unexpected choice to drive the Red Bull-sponsored machine that ended up being run by Team Goh following service provider Servus Japan’s split from previous partner Team Mugen. With Japan’s border restrictions preventing a pukka Red Bull junior in the mould […] More

  • World’s Most Expensive BMW: The New BMW 3.0 CSL

    World's Most Expensive BMW: The New BMW 3.0 CSL

    BMW just presented the most exclusive special model the company has ever produced, the BMW 3.0 CSL, a masterpiece of engineering embodying the essence from 50 years of racing passion and expressing its historic roots through its design. The new BMW 3.0 CSL combines unique design with pure performance, the model was developed with the […] More

  • Watch How The Fisker Ocean Is Brought To Life In Austria

    Watch How The Fisker Ocean Is Brought To Life In Austria

    Production of the all-electric Fisker Ocean recently kicked off at Magna Steyr’s production facility in Graz, Austria and in this newly-released video, we can see just what it is like to see the Ocean being built. A 3-minute timelapse video released by the car manufacturer shows the full production process and how each and every […] More

  • Facelifted Kia Seltos Brings New Style And Extra Features To Australia

    Facelifted Kia Seltos Brings New Style And Extra Features To Australia

    The facelifted Kia Seltos has touched down on Australian shores with many of the same updates introduced in overseas markets. Kia Australia will sell the facelifted Seltos in four trims, dubbed the S, Sport, Sport+ and GT-Line, available with two powertrain options. Prices kick off at AU$29,500 ($19,956) for the S and increase to AU$32,700 […] More

  • This Stealthy Porsche Cayman GT4 RS Weissach Is Dream Garage Material

    This Stealthy Porsche Cayman GT4 RS Weissach Is Dream Garage Material

    Porsche might be working on the new and fully electric successors of the Boxster and Cayman sportscars, but we still can’t get over the swan song of the current ICE-powered generation, the 718 Cayman GT4 RS. A stunning example of the latter was sold by Autowelt Schweiz AG in Zurich, Switzerland, featuring a total black […] More

  • Lucid Launches “Available Now” Page With Cars That Are “Ready To Deliver”

    Lucid Launches "Available Now" Page With Cars That Are "Ready To Deliver"

    Electric automaker Lucid has launched a new page on its website promising the “most convenient way to put a Lucid Air in your garage.” The “Available Now” page seems to skip the custom ordering process in favor of a number of pre-configured Air sedans. According to the page, they’re ready for delivery too. Lucid has […] More

  • TechArt Presents A Very Special GTstreet R At Manila Auto Show

    TechArt Presents A Very Special GTstreet R At Manila Auto Show

    The TechArt GTstreet R is one of the most outlandish Porsche 911-based models out there and thanks to a collaboration with a Filipino artist, the tuner has unveiled an especially unique example. The GTstreet R in question is currently on display at the Manila Auto Salon and features an exterior with artwork from multi-media artist […] More

  • London Cyclist Explains Why He Challenged An SUV Before It Crunched His Bike

    London Cyclist Explains Why He Challenged An SUV Before It Crunched His Bike

    A short video of an altercation between a cyclist and a driver in a Jaguar F-Pace in London, UK, has been making the rounds lately. Now, we’re getting details from the bike rider about exactly what went down. Here’s how he justified standing in front of an SUV before his bike was demolished under its […] More

  • This Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren Proves Just How Valuable The Car Is Becoming

    This Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren Proves Just How Valuable The Car Is Becoming

    For quite some time, prices of used Mercedes-Benz SLR McLarens were stagnate and showed little sign of increasing. Over the past couple of years, however, prices have started to rise and this particular unit is one of the priciest we’ve come across. Listed up for auction through Bring a Trailer, this SLR McLaren is a […] More

  • Calgary Auto Show Canceled For 2023, All Canadian Auto Shows Could Be At Risk

    Calgary Auto Show Canceled For 2023, All Canadian Auto Shows Could Be At Risk

    Organizers announced this week that the Calgary International Auto and Truck Show will not be held in 2023. The auto show cited a lack of vehicles due to the global supply chain disruptions as a reason for the cancelation. The Calgary Motor Dealers Association made the decision not to hold the show on November 17, […] More

  • GM And Audi Expand Their Soft Boycott Of Twitter By Pausing Posts

    GM And Audi Expand Their Soft Boycott Of Twitter By Pausing Posts

    After Elon Musk’s $44 billion Twitter takeover was made official, several automakers temporarily stopped paying for advertising on the social network. Now, it seems that a few brands are skeptical enough about the new ownership to have stopped posting completely. This week, the VW Group reiterated its position that all of its brands should halt […] More

  • What Are The Best Auto Accessories To Scoop Up On Black Friday?

    What Are The Best Auto Accessories To Scoop Up On Black Friday?

    Black Friday has become a holiday in its own right as retailers heavily discount products in the hopes of enticing customers to spend big. With that in mind, we’re asking our readers what are the best automotive accessories to scoop up on Black Friday? Options are virtually limitless, but we’ll list of few of our […] More

  • Mugen Teases Tuning Kit For Japan’s Honda HR-V Called The ZR-V

    Mugen Teases Tuning Kit For Japan's Honda HR-V Called The ZR-V

    The Honda ZR-V, which is what the North American Honda HR-V is called in Japan, China, and Europe, will soon be getting a makeover by Mugen. The Japanese tuner teased the upgrades with a single photo showing the modified SUV. After increasing the brightness of the dark teaser we can see the Mugen parts that […] More

  • WRC pushes Middle East event plans to 2024

    WRC pushes Middle East event plans to 2024

    The WRC had indicated earlier this year a desire to add a desert event in the region, which has been described by the championship’s event director Simon Larkin as a “missing piece” from the series schedule. It was anticipated that an event, understood to be held in Saudi Arabia, would be included in next year’s […] More

  • VW Group Accounted For 25% Of All New EV Sales In Europe Last Month

    VW Group Accounted For 25% Of All New EV Sales In Europe Last Month

    The Volkswagen Group led the pack in electric vehicle registrations in Europe last month, with models from its many brands accounting for a full quarter of all EV sales. The automaker led competitors like Stellantis, BMW, and even Tesla. In total, Volkswagen Group brands like Audi, Porsche, Škoda, Cupra, and, of course, VW, sold 29,996 […] More

  • McLaren’s F1 partnership with Gulf won’t be extended

    McLaren's F1 partnership with Gulf won't be extended

    The Woking-based squad caused a stir in the middle of 2020 when it emerged that it was renewing an historic partnership with Gulf, which had originally been a team partner as long ago as 1968. From the 2020 British GP, McLaren’s cars carried the famous blue and orange colours of Gulf as part of a […] More

  • Hyundai and Giorgetto Giugiaro to Rebuild 1974 Pony Coupe Concept

    1974 Pony Coupe Concept - Front Angle

    Hyundai Motor Company announced it will work with Italian design firm GFG Style, notably its father and son founders Giorgetto and Fabrizio Giugiaro, to rebuild the influential 1974 Pony Coupe Concept that young Giorgetto created for Hyundai’s debut at the 1974 Turin Motor Show. The rebuilt concept will be shown in the springtime. Hyundai Motor […] More

  • Martins tops Abu Dhabi post-season F2 test for ART

    Martins tops Abu Dhabi post-season F2 test for ART

    The reigning F3 champion set a 1m35.908s lap of Yas Marina Circuit during Friday’s morning session, the quickest across all three days of the test. He led from Virtuosi driver Jack Doohan, who finished sixth in F2 this season, and runner-up Theo Pourchaire. Day 1 Richard Verschoor topped the opening day of the test, beating […] More

  • Jaguar Land Rover Forced To Slash Production Until March 2023 Over Chip Crisis

    Jaguar Land Rover Forced To Slash Production Until March 2023 Over Chip Crisis

    Thierry Bolloré warned that the chip crisis wasn’t going away anytime soon shortly before his abrupt departure as Jaguar Land Rover CEO, and now we know just how bad the situation has got for the British luxury carmaker. JLR is reducing vehicle output at its UK plants until March 2023 as it attempts to tackle […] More

  • Beating Aston Martin makes “big difference” to 2023 F1 budget

    Beating Aston Martin makes “big difference” to 2023 F1 budget

    The team secured the position in Abu Dhabi after finishing equal on points with Aston Martin, and winning on a countback of best individual race finish. It was the best result in the standings for the Sauber-run operation since it finished sixth in 2012, and followed two eighth places and a ninth in the three […] More

  • Watch Bahrain Full Access: Episode 1

    Watch Bahrain Full Access: Episode 1

    It all goes down to the wire in Bahrain in the WEC title decider, with the joys and despair captured by the latest instalment of the documentary that goes into the most intimate parts of the paddock to reveal what really goes on. Starting with team personnel arriving at the Bahrain International Circuit, each squad […] More

  • Mexico, Chile and new European rally join 2023 WRC calendar

    Mexico, Chile and new European rally join 2023 WRC calendar

    As previously reported, the WRC has been keen to re-establish a more global calendar akin to its schedule prior to the COVID-19 pandemic. After a lengthy delay the FIA has now ratified a reshuffled 2023 schedule with an anticipated round in the Middle East, thought to be Saudi Arabia, absent from the calendar. The season […] More

  • Mercedes Is Introducing An Acceleration Subscription Fee – No, This Isn’t Satire

    Mercedes Is Introducing An Acceleration Subscription Fee – No, This Isn’t Satire

    First it was the BMW heated seat subscription fiasco, and now this: Mercedes is poised to introduce an online subscription fee of $1,200 (£992) per year in the US for customers who want to unlock faster acceleration in its electric cars. The acceleration subscription will be available to purchase on its Mercedes-EQ EQE 350 and […] More

  • Unbranded Aston brought back memories of 2002 Jaguar F1 test for Alonso

    Unbranded Aston brought back memories of 2002 Jaguar F1 test for Alonso

    Ahead of his move to Aston Martin for 2023, Alonso was permitted to complete a first run with the team earlier this week in the post-season test at the Yas Marina Circuit. Alonso completed 97 laps in the Aston Martin AMR22 car, and said he was now “100-plus” per cent happy with his decision to leave Alpine for […] More

  • Binotto exit rumours ramp up amid resignation report

    Binotto exit rumours ramp up amid resignation report

    Binotto had found himself at the centre of F1’s rumour mill on the eve of the season finale in Abu Dhabi when stories emerged that Ferrari was lining up Alfa Romeo boss Fred Vasseur to replace him. Ferrari moved quickly to deny the story though, with Binotto and the team’s drivers repeatedly playing down talk […] More

  • Spanish Police Taking Delivery Of 169 Electrified Vehicles From BMW

    Spanish Police Taking Delivery Of 169 Electrified Vehicles From BMW

    Spanish police in the city of Madrid have purchased 169 electrified vehicles from BMW to renew a portion of its vehicle fleet. The authorities will take delivery of BMW i3, BMW 225xe Active Tourer, BMW 220i Active Tourer, BMW 530i, and BMW X5 xDrive30d models as part of the deal with the German car manufacturer. […] More

  • Binotto admits “difficult” time in dealing with Ferrari F1 criticisms

    Binotto admits "difficult" time in dealing with Ferrari F1 criticisms

    While Ferrari made a step forward in 2022 and finished runner-up in both championships, its best result since 2018, the year was not without its disappointments. And in particular, Ferrari found itself in the firing line after seeing a number of possible victories ruined by poor reliability, strategy errors or driver mistakes. Reflecting on the […] More

  • Stellantis Could Build EVs In India As It Says Europe Is Too Expensive

    Stellantis Could Build EVs In India As It Says Europe Is Too Expensive

    Stellantis doesn’t believe it can make affordable electric vehicles in Europe and is weighing up the possibility of building EVs in India for potential export to the Old Continent. While recently speaking with the media on his first trip to India since taking over the reigns of Stellantis, chief executive Carlos Tavares said that the […] More

  • Alex Marquez “felt at home” immediately on Ducati MotoGP bike in test

    Alex Marquez "felt at home" immediately on Ducati MotoGP bike in test

    Double MotoGP podium finisher Marquez will switch from Honda after three seasons – one with the factory squad in 2020 and two with LCR in 2021/2022 – to Ducati after signing a deal with Gresini to ride a year-old Desmosedici in 2023. Marquez was released by Honda to test the Ducati in the first pre-season […] More

  • Toyota reveals GT500 line-ups for 2023 SUPER GT season

    Toyota reveals GT500 line-ups for 2023 SUPER GT season

    As per this season, the Japanese marque will field six GR Supra crews, four of which will continue with unchanged line-ups from 2022. These are Rookie Racing (Kenta Yamashita/Kazuya Oshima), Racing Project Bandoh (Yuji Kunimoto/Sena Sakaguchi), Cerumo (Yuji Tachikawa/Hiroaki Ishiura) and SARD (Yuhi Sekiguchi/Yuichi Nakayama). TOM’S will maintain three of its four drivers from 2022, […] More

  • Toyota announces unchanged driver line-up for 2023 WEC season

    Toyota announces unchanged driver line-up for 2023 WEC season

    The Japanese manufacturer announced on Friday that Kamui Kobayashi, Mike Conway and Jose Maria Lopez will again race the #7 Toyota GR010 Hybrid and that reigning champions Sebastien Buemi, Brendon Hartley and Ryo Hirakawa will stay together in the #8 Le Mans Hypercar. Lopez, who won the WEC title with Kobayashi and Conway in 2019/20 […] More

  • Toyota reveals 2023 driver line-ups

    Toyota reveals 2023 driver line-ups

    The Japanese manufacturer has confirmed that Kotaka, last year’s Super Formula Lights champion, will take the place at Kondo Racing vacated by Formula E-bound Fenestraz alongside Kenta Yamashita next season. It follows the news of 2023 Alfa Romeo Formula 1 reserve Theo Pourchaire dropping out of the running for the seat in favour of a […] More

  • Mercedes thinks it can avoid F1’s spiral of decline precedent

    Mercedes thinks it can avoid F1’s spiral of decline precedent

    For the first time since the turbo hybrid rules were introduced in 2014, Mercedes failed to win either a drivers’ or constructors’ championship this year. But with F1 history books often showing that dominant teams can spend years in the doldrums once they are finally beaten, Mercedes knows that there is a risk this year’s dip in form may not be a […] More

  • Which generation will be the biggest winners of Supercars’ Gen3 shake-up?

    Which generation will be the biggest winners of Supercars' Gen3 shake-up?

    Gen3 may be the single biggest change drivers have faced in the five-litre era of touring car racing in Australia. When Car of the Future replaced Project Blueprint for the 2013 Supercars season there were a lot of technical changes. Some, such as the independent rear suspension and the move from 17 to 18-inch rims, […] More

  • Adelaide cameos for factory Audi GT drivers

    Adelaide cameos for factory Audi GT drivers

    The pair have been called up by the factory-backed Melbourne Performance Centre squad for its GT tilt during the Adelaide 500 weekend. MPC is looking to secure a second consecutive Aussie GT crown for Yasser Shahin, who will have Mies alongside him for Adelaide. Shahin and Mies teamed up to take victory in the final […] More

  • The Praga Bohema May Have A Nissan Engine But It’s A Truly Unique Supercar

    The Praga Bohema May Have A Nissan Engine But It's A Truly Unique Supercar

    Praga’s eye-catching Bohema is a supercar unlike any other and hot on the heels of its unveiling, Top Gear had the opportunity to check it out in person. Powering the Praga Bohema is a 3.8-liter twin-turbocharged V6 sourced from a Nissan GT-R that is then modified by Litchfield in the UK. In addition to converting […] More

  • There Are 100,000 Polestar 2s On The Roads And The Carmaker Is Just Getting Started

    There Are 100,000 Polestar 2s On The Roads And The Carmaker Is Just Getting Started

    Polestar has just built the 100,000th example of its all-electric 2 sedan, widely regarded as one of the best EVs currently on sale. The Swedish car manufacturer commenced production of the 2 some two and a half years ago at Volvo’s Taizhou plant in Luqiao, China. Making this production milestone particularly impressive is the fact […] More

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