Everyone and their dog are at it these days – yup, that’s right, I’m talking about electrification. Whether it’s pure electric BEVs (battery electric vehicles) or PHEVs (plug-in hybrid vehicles) every manufacturer is jumping on the bandwagon, keen to assert their position as the world leader in eco-friendly transportation for the masses, or given their price points, should that be the very well heeled?

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Twice Bitten It took two attempts, but Dave Caley finally made this year’s Unveiling with his incredible 100E — and he’s not shy about using it. Words Simon Woolley. Photos Matt Woods.

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We’re back to myth-busting again this issue as we address another oft-muttered assumption within our Porsche marketplace: that prices of Cabriolets and Targas change according to the season. So can their values really spike in spring and fall in autumn, for want of a better phrase?

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Renault Twingo Mk1 - Simple yet stylish, it’s a modern city car with the charm of the past

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How to buy a wild De Tomaso Pantera – the sensible way. Have your cake and eat it – a genuine supercar with affordable running costs. Words Richard Dredge. Photography John Colley.

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Man & machine - An S with excess Edward Hall and his Carat Cullinan by Duchatelet. Words and photography Paul Hardiman.

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A crazy blend of V8 power, stock car racer inspiration, and lots of tyre smoke… it’s a Sierra but not as we know it! Words by Ben Hosking. Photos by Ade Brannan.

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Buying Guide Expert advice on the fabulous Type 14 Karmann Ghia from Volkswagen. The world has seemingly woken up to the charms of the small but stylish Volkswagen Karmann Ghia, but that makes it all the more important to get the best car for your money when looking at one of these coachbuilt beauties, some 444,300 of which were made in Osnabrück and a further 41,900 in Brazil. Report: Jack Grover.

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Comfort and Speed Between them, Dan Geoghegan’s cars are built for both. Words and photography Paul Hardiman.

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Andrew Crank is a unique thinker. You could sit us down in front of a Corsa B all day and it wouldn’t occur to us to fit it with Audi quattro running gear. And that’s only one of his many smart ideas…Words Joe Partridge. Photos Adam Rous.

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With steady values, get the right torsion-bar Bug and it will look after you. Words Russ Smith. Photography John Colley.

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Running Reporter Jason Burrage has spent four and a half years creating the closest Ferrari Dino replica he could. We’ve driven it just as it’s going to be pressed into almost daily use. Words and pictures: Adam Wilkins.

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World (in) famous in New Zealand. Warren Good’s ex-Tim Harvey BTCC-winning BMW 318iS. Words: Ross MacKay. Photos: Richard Dimmock, Geoff Ridder.

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Alun Parry and his Alpina B6 2.8 A man with an Alpina addiction shares the story behind his immaculate 1982 B6. Words by Antony Ingram.

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Homebuilt hero: Escort Estate From wreck to stunning showstopper. The first thing that strikes you about this Imperial Blue estate is that the finish is utterly flawless. But there’s far more to this Escort than a minty-fresh paintjob… Words Daniel Bevis. Photos Rob Schaverien.

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Rolls-Royce Spirit & Spur Buyer’s Guide. The last great Rolls-Royce of the previous millennium can be a superb-value classic buy. Words Malcolm McKay. Photography James Mann.

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Buy a Bentley Arnage without the pain. This big slice of British beef can be yours for salad prices. Here's how not to be a lettuce with yours...

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Man & Machine - It’s the real thing …even if Stephen Gentry did build his Bugatti in 2012. Words and photography Paul Hardiman.

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The low down radical GT Sprint Ross Ferguson kept his dream of building a steel bodied Sprint on the back burner for a while... but when he got the chance to convert a Clubman he ran with it. Words and Photography Jon Cass.

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Buy the right Triumph GT6 for £6-25k. With values dormant until recently, this capable tourer represents great value. Words Richard Dredge. Photography John Colley.

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Life Cycle The family-owned life of Germany’s oldest-known 1969 BMW Alpina 2002ti. The life story of an Alpina 2002ti Racer, rally car, daily-driver, family heirloom – this remarkable BMW has been all of these things at the same time. Its two family owners tells its tale Words Sam Dawson. Photography Jörg Wellmann.

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The Mercedes W124 300TE estate is on the rise – but not everyone’s aware of it...

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I’m sure I wasn’t the only kid with a poster of an F40 adorning their bedroom wall. The legendary supercar, which was the swansong of the late Enzo Ferrari, was an evolution of the 288 GTO originally developed to be a Group B racer. After the formula was canned, it turned into a road car to commemorate 40 years of the Prancing Horse. Featuring a 2,9-litre V8 turbopetrol engine delivering 352 kW in a car weighing just 1,2 tonnes was unheard of in 1987. (That V8’s on/off power delivery at the turbo’s boost point meant the car could easily catch its driver off-guard and swap ends.) The F40 is a marvellous example of engineering prowess meeting typical Eighties design, right down to the NACA ducts and that wing. I got to drive my favourite classic as part of CAR’s bucket-list series and the fascination only grew. This is a childhood hero I’m glad I met.

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Russell Carr Lotus Design Chief We drive one of Lotus’s most enduring icons with the designer shaping its renaissance. Words Gavin Green. Photography Jordan Butters.

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Buying Guide Citroen's Traction Avant, the pre-war classic that is surprisingly up to date. The Traction Avant is a pre-war car that drives like one from many decades later and has a unique and unmistakable style all of its own. It is a tempting package that is different from the norm, but what pitfalls are there? Words: Jack Grover. Pictures: John Colley.

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Unfairly vilified? The Allegro has defied its critics by surviving well and now makes an intriguing classic. Words Malcolm Mckay. Photography John Bradshaw.

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BMW M5 E28 Ross Culver ‘The engine is a masterpiece, but the chassis set-up just edges it’

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Super Cali, Fragile Is It? Ferrari’s first-ever front-engined V8 car was its new entry-level model at launch over 10 years ago. With prices now falling down to around £70,000, should you take the plunge? Story by Richard Dredge. Images by Michael Ward.

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Ah, the trusty 993. The last air-cooled generation of 911, the last hand-built 911 and, as values have never dipped into the realms of entry-level money, it could be the only classic retaining its factory quality, broadly speaking.

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Glamorous Coke-bottle coupe represents GM’s greatest design era

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