Globally-renowned stunt driver Alastair Moffatt has reclaimed his Guinness World Record* for the Tightest Parallel Park during the Performance Car Show at the 2015 Autosport International Racing Car Show (January 8-11, NEC Birmingham).
Lister Cars’ reborn ‘Knobbly’ racer has made its public debut at Autosport International at the NEC Birmingham.
Following a highly successful year in 2014 which saw brand new sales and world record prices, Silverstone Auctions has released details of its upcoming sales for 2015.
Driverless cars are fast becoming a reality, with trials starting this month in selected UK towns and cities. However, almost half (48%) of consumers are unwilling to be a passenger in an autonomous vehicle, according to new research from uSwitch.com.
Aston Martin is lining up a selection of its heritage and modern sports cars as it prepares to takes its place at the inaugural London Classic Car Show.
Since the Kia Soul EV's UK launch in October 2014, its homologated range of 132 miles has been a positive talking point as it brings a new benchmark to its class. To prove this statement of excellence, Kia Motors UK set up a real-world range test, neutrally conducted by external eco and green car experts, Next Green Car.
Sales of electric cars are booming. Figures from the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders show registrations have more than doubled in 2014 compared with last year.
The Donington Historic Festival is ringing the changes for 2015, with a new line-up of world-class grids to create even more spectator enjoyment and excitement at this hugely popular international historic race meeting over the Bank Holiday weekend of May 2nd, 3rd & 4th.
With the S 500 INTELLIGENT DRIVE and the Future Truck 2025, Mercedes-Benz has already made the vision of autonomous driving become reality.
The London Classic Car Show fires up in just a few days to bring magical motoring moments to the capital.
The 30th birthday of the Sinclair C5, one of the most unusual vehicles ever to be built in Britain, is being celebrated by the National Motor Museum.
James May has chosen the 13 most significant cars of all time for The London Classic Car Show… but is he right?
Almost five million (10 per cent) UK adults are ‘too posh’ for public transport, according to research by Direct Line Car Insurance.
Breaking up the cold spell of winter and the long F1 and BTCC off-seasons, enthusiasts can start 2015 in style at the Performance Car Show at Birmingham’s NEC, where a host of the latest road-going supercars, classic icons and World Championship winners will be displayed on 8-11* January.
Aston Martin is again offering adventurous drivers the chance to experience the power and performance of its great British luxury sports cars in one of the United States’ most rugged and demanding environments.
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