Celeb cars feature

Unbelievably Bad Celebrity Cars

When you think of the term “celebrity” you often associate the word with wealth, class, style and elegance. Our minds race to images of private jets, beautiful houses and spectacular cars. Well, after seein...
In defence of Lewis Hamilton feature

In Support of Lewis Hamilton

The media loves Lewis Hamilton. Loves to hate him, that is. He’s an easy target for attention grabbing headlines, always giving the various news and magazine outlets something to get people reading. The mo...

The Worst Car Ads of All Time

With the sheer amount of awful print and TV ads out there, it’s a shame that we’re only covering car adverts. After spending a lot of time researching, we’ve found the very best of the very worst car ads,...
Audi TT feature

7 Cars That Don’t Deserve the Bad Rep

In the same way that people judge you on the watch you wear, what phone you use, who you voted for or what music you listen to, the car you drive is an extension of your own personality and is judged, heavily. ...
Ford feature

Ford: “Fix Or Repair Daily”

The Ford name has been synonymous with the car industry since the beginning of cars themselves. For instance, the Model T was the world’s first mass-produced car back in 1908 (selling around 15 million units)...
1969 ford mustang boss feature

5 Classics That Still Look Modern

Every now and again, something spectacular happens in the world of cars. Very rarely, a timeless car design is born from a moment of pure genius, a real eureka moment. A car design that will continue to be used...
NCAP

Road Safety Week: The Evolution of NCAP

You’d hope that any car you drove would protect you and everyone else in the event of a crash. To a certain extent this is true, but manufacturers can now prove that they will go above and beyond to keep driv...
Rimac Concept S feature

No Noise = No Power?

A common belief in the world of cars is that more noise = more power. Today, you're going to find out exactly why that is not true, with various examples that support that the statement is nothing more than a m...