You might expect a car such as the Lotus Evora GT410 Sport to feel intimidating. Such thoughts would not be unjustified; the compact coupe packs a supercharged V6, after all, which dispenses a not-insignificant 410bhp to the rear wheels.[Read more…] about 2019 Lotus Evora GT410 Sport Review: A six-cylinder salute to driving pleasure
Anybody who sets out to chronicle the super-saloon genre is faced with a similar problem to those who write about north-south motorways in England’s bottom-left quarter. That is, it’s very easy to disregard everything else and become totally obsessed with the M5.[Read more…] about Evolution of the Super-Saloon: From Alpina B7 to Mercedes AMG E63 S
With 2019 now upon us it’s time to pose that most essential question: will this be the year you finally buy your dream car? The truth is you needn’t wait for your numbers to come up before parking whatever hunk of exotica it is you’ve always longed for on your driveway. The used car market is awash with sports cars and supercars that now cost only a fraction of what they did just a few years ago.[Read more…] about 5 Affordable Dream Cars – from £6,000
Enthusiasts were wary when the Elise SC arrived in 2008. After all, the svelte Lotus had always been about lightness, purity and immediate response – yet the SC variant, for the first time in the Elise’s history, eschewed natural aspiration for supercharging. Continue reading >>>
A really great driver’s car can be so breathtakingly beautiful that you’d swear it was conceived by Michelangelo himself, or it can look like the back end of a pig. However, in the world of great driver’s cars, beauty is entirely incidental. It simply does not matter. Each of the following five points, on the other hand, is absolutely fundamental. For each one, we’ve highlighted a car that is a shining example of the discipline.