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Drive: 1960 Ferrari 250 GTE 2+2. An underrated classic Enzo Ferrari had one as his personal car; Andrew Frankel can now understand why. It was what Enzo himself drove. It…
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Driving impressions 2019 Volkswagen Arteon R line 2.0 TSI 280 PS 4Motion DSG. After spending two weeks behind the wheel of the 280 PS Arteon R line, Ian Kuah concludes…
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2019 Ferrari 488 Spider Top down, in search of the perfect tunnel. White Noise. Two of the enduring joys of a Ferrari convertible are driving at dusk and blasting through…
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The Road to Ardnamurchan Driving to the remote Ardnamurchan Point. Our first UK drive of the GTC4Lusso T – the turbo V8 sister to the original V12 – takes us…
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XJ40 Daimler luxury on a budget; what sets the Daimler apart from other XJ40 models. Find out what made the Daimler-badged XJ40 different from the standard Jaguar models and why…
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2019 Aston Martin DBS Superleggera. The £225,000 carbonfibre-bodied ‘Superlight’ replaces the Vanquish S. Is this the best new-era Aston yet?
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Beautiful disaster classic test. Designed in the late Eighties by William Towns, the Railton was a glamourous take on the XJ-S V12 convertible, yet despite big plans only two examples…
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The F-TYPE 2.0 offers similar amounts of power to the original XK8 despite its engine being half the size. We drive an example of both back-to-back to discover the best…
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Boxing Clever. The Berlinetta Boxer is one of the great unsung Ferraris. We sample the first and last of the breed - and an ‘inbetweener’ with a few special tweaks.…
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Forgotten masterpiece. Often overlooked, the mighty Hispano-Suiza H6B deserves to stand alongside the likes of Bentley and Rolls-Royce. Words Richard Heseltine. Photography Manuel Portugal.
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Some things were built to last Could a W123 powered by a smooth, punchy twin-cam ‘six’ be the ultimate in classic Mercedes-Benz motoring? Words Martin Buckley. Photography Tony Baker.