When, approximately one year ago, Rolls-Royce presented 103EX to the world, it invoked its coachbuilding heritage to inspire its future clientele. Such a Rolls-Royce would represent the truest meaning of luxury – a personal, Bespoke motor car like no other for each individual commissioning patron. The mere idea of a modern coachbuilt Rolls-Royce was not… Continue reading A Rolls-Royce for the man who has everything
The GTE badge was first ushered in with the VW Golf and it eventually made its way to the more conservative Passat. Bolting a plug-in petrol-electric propulsion unit to a model that is best known for its diesel pulling power was perhaps a brave move for Volkswagen. But it seems to have paid off with… Continue reading VW Passat GTE
You might be forgiven for thinking that the Black Edition Audi A4 makes reference to this new special edition cars exterior colour. No. That would be too obvious. Instead, Black Edition versions of both Saloon and Avant variants offer a broader range of equipment additions, specifically privacy glass, black exterior styling pack, flat-bottomed steering wheel, piano… Continue reading Audi A4 Black Edition. Also available in black.
The Audi 100 C3 arguably marked a zenith in Audi build quality. Its rarity and shape still attracts some attention and was a major step forward when the wraps were pulled off it in September 1982. It was characterised by a particularly streamlined body, significant for being the first production saloon with opening flush glazing… Continue reading Built to last. Audi 100 C3
The first new Volvo XC60 has rolled off the production line in Torslanda, Sweden. The first customer-bound car, a T5 AWD Inscription in Crystal White, rolled off the production line just before lunch time 26th April 2017. The new car replaces Volvo’s highly successful original XC60, which in the nine years since its launch became… Continue reading Will the new Volvo XC60 spearhead another record year of sales for Volvo?