Imagine holding a piece of red-hot coal in your right hand. That’s pretty much been the ownership experience of all who have tried (and failed) to keep Saab going in recent years. Reading news headlines on Saab is like a rather depressing soap opera: “Saab Saved from Bankruptcy!” “Saab is Bankrupt!” “Saab is Officially Back!”… Continue reading The demise of Saab: Why there can be no more
With its gaping wide mouth grill and vents galore, bulging biceps, and a front-end that looks like it wants to devour everything in its path, the new Mercedes-AMG GT C Roadster is not for the shy, retiring type. Understated it is not. To some it may even be considered, dare I say it, a little… Continue reading Mercedes-AMG GT C Roadster: Clarkson would love it
Marking the new tax year, Volvo Car UK has launched a new app to give business customers all the information they need to fund a company car. Free to use by any business, the Fleet Tax Guide provides a single, accurate source of information to ensure fleets and their drivers are always up to date… Continue reading Tax doesn’t have to be taxing with this new App
These days it seems that Audi is prepared to stick an RS badge to practically anything in the range. However, the ‘B5’ RS4 was only the second model to wear the ‘Renn Sport’ derived moniker, following on from the 1994 RS2 Avant. For us, that makes it a very special car indeed. The original B5… Continue reading RS4 B5. Rocket fuelled.
Four designers, ten model engineers, ten weeks, each with (almost) total creative freedom – that’s what it took to create this Audi of the future. The RSQ sports coupe was the first car to be developed by Audi specifically for a major Hollywood motion picture. It was a visionary interpretation of Audi’s typical design language,… Continue reading The “I, Robot” Movie Car: Where is it now? Audi RSQ