GENEVA MOTOR SHOW 2017 – Aston Martin launch new extreme hi-performance brand 0

The Geneva Motor Show opened to the public last Thursday and one of the most exciting things on display was the new Aston Martin AMR range featuring two new concepts. AMR or ‘Aston Martin Racing’ should see its concepts hit the production line in the near future. The two models on display in Switzerland were(…)

Geneva Motor Show – Airbus reveals flying car 0

In the high-tech world, drones are already all the rage, but if traditional aircraft manufacturers Airbus have their way, in not too much time, we’ll all be travelling in our own personal aerial transport vehicles. In Switzerland, at the Geneva Motor Show, the ‘Pop.Up’ was shown off to the world by the aspiring ‘car-viators’. It’s(…)

10 facts you probably didn’t know about Nissan 0

Nissan, Nissan – our favourite Japanese car maker (alongside Toyota). Synonymous with affordability, technology and reliability. Where would we be without them? For those who feel like broadening their knowledge on the subject of Nissan – here are a few choice facts. Nissan was founded in 1933; the company has its headquarters situated in Nishi-ku,(…)

A look back at the Nissan Datsun Cherry (1970 – 1974) 0

Today, we take a look back at the car that really got Nissan (or Datsun as it was known then) on the map in the UK. Ladies and Gentlemen, we give you… The Nissan Datsun Cherry The E10-generation Datsun Cherry (or 100A as it was known in Britain) was a breakthrough car for the company(…)

Some things you probably didn’t know about Toyota 0

One of the behemoths of the car industry, over the past few decades Toyota has long been either the world’s biggest seller, or a close second on the list. With a sizable back catalogue, there have been many Toyotas over the years (of varying quality). Here are a few things you probably didn’t know about(…)

A look back at the Peugeot 305 (1977 – 1988) 0

Today’s healthy dose of nostalgia comes in the form of one of the real workhorses of the late seventies and majority of the eighties. Despite being a regular sight, not just on the continent, but in the UK too, it’s easy to forget the… Peugeot 305 (1977 – 1988) The first thing you have to(…)

A look back at the Toyota A60 (1981 – 1985) 0

Today, we take a trip down memory lane and revisit a popular sporty mainstay of the early 1980s. Ahead of its time in every sense, many motoring enthusiasts go misty eyed remembering the… The Toyota A60 1981 saw the Celica range given a fairly severe square-rigged, smart and of the time facelift. In the same(…)

Facts about Peugeot you probably didn’t know 0

The Peugeot Company started out as a coffee mill Although Peugeot is the world’s oldest manufacturer of cars, when the company first got started, it didn’t even make them. Originally, it was founded as a coffee mill in 1810. French brothers Jean Pierre and Jean-Pierre II converted their father’s old grain mill into a steel foundry,(…)

A look back at the Clio Mk1 (1991 – 1998) 0

When it was first launched at the Paris Motor Show back in 1990, the Renault Clio had big shoes to fill. Touted as the replacement for the Renault 5, which after a long successful life was finally being put out to pasture; its reputation as a national treasure secured (In fact – the Renault 5(…)

Geneva Motor Show on the starting grid 0

One of the motoring calendar’s key events kicks off today as the Geneva Motoring Show gets underway in Switzerland. The exhibition – the largest of its kind in Europe – is where all the top makers get a chance to debut their new concepts, and well as reveal the new production vehicles ahead of their(…)