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20 years ago, Lee Noble set about perfecting the British sports car. We drive the machine he was confident enough to call a GTO, and meet the man himself. Words…
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This Silver Cloud Drophead Adaptation by HJ Mulliner was a new kind of Rolls-Royce for an equally new kind of owner. We drive it, and delve into a fascinating ownership…
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As a teenager obsessed with music and cars, Paul Bulger was mesmerised by the De Tomaso Pantera’s vertically housed stereo. Will a first-person reprise put it at the top of…
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A whiter shade of pearl. Did you know that both the Fiat Coupe and Lancia integrale share the same floorpan? That’s not all - these two 1990s Italian turbo siblings…
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Track Attack Alfa 75 GTA : Around Brands Hatch in a very lairy 75. We head to Brands Hatch for an OpenTrack circuit day to enjoy some quality time with…
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Lamborghini Aventador SVJ The Brentador is the first and only SVJ in the country, and we drive it. As Lamborghini prepares to join the world of electrification, is the 759bhp…
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Lamborghini Huracán Evo With four-wheel steering and torque-vectoring, is the Huracán Evo a more focused entry-level Lamborghini driving experience? Words and photography Stuart Gallagher.
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AMG’s GT 4 Door aims to blend sports car punch with saloon comfort – and do it better than the Panamera and Alpina B5. That won’t be easy. Words James…
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The last hurrah Bentley Continental GT Convertible. Cars as decadent and indulgent as W12 Bentley convertibles can’t last, making the new third-gen Conti GTC surely the last of its kind.…
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Parting shot cover story: V12 Vantage V600. With a 592bhp version of the V12, the Bez-era Vantage goes out on a high Codenamed Dreadnought, the V600 is a final salvo…
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Ford has revamped its class-leading little hot hatch – and retains its crown. Words Jack Phillips. Photography John Bradshaw.