On May 29, 1960, Sir Stirling Moss drove his Lotus for almost three hours of punishing racing, battling through the rain on the streets of Monte Carlo to win the Monaco Grand Prix. It was the first victory in a Formula 1 world championship race for Lotus. […]
55 years after the last new DB5 rolled elegantly off the production line at Aston Martin’s then global manufacturing base in Newport Pagnell, Buckinghamshire, work is once again under way there on a strictly limited number of new DB5 models. […]
MINI announces the new 2021 MINI Countryman featuring a newly updated design, along with enhancements in technology and equipment offerings. […]
The Board of Aston Martin Lagonda announces the appointment of Tobias Moers, as Chief Executive Officer. Tobias, 54, will be appointed to the Board as an Executive Director and will take over from Dr Andy Palmer. […]
Last week, on May 20, the first Range Rover made under new social distancing measures drove off the production line at Jaguar Land Rover’s manufacturing plant in Solihull, following the recent temporary pause in production due to the coronavirus pandemic. […]
The giveaway of an all-new Morgan Plus Four in the BBC’s The Big Night In appeal has raised £1.39m to support the coronavirus relief effort. The sum, raised through donations by the public in the draw, is being matched by the UK Government, bringing the total amount generated to almost £2.8m. […]
MINI USA announces that it is now making its value-oriented MINI Oxford Edition line-up available to all customers. In addition, MINI USA has added the versatile 2020 MINI Countryman to the MINI Oxford Edition lineup. […]
Supercar maker McLaren Automotive has teamed up with the BBC Blue Peter children’s programme to launch a unique competition asking young viewers to design their ‘Supercar of the Future’. […]
Sir Henry Royce once said, “Small things make perfection, but perfection is no small thing.” It is in this vein that Rolls-Royce Motor Cars presents to its clients, perfect scale models of Cullinan, the marque’s stellar SUV. […]
Aston Martin Lagonda is this week beginning a carefully planned phased return to work for a number of its manufacturing staff as the business looks to prudently restart car making while adjusting to the new normal in the nation’s ongoing battle to protect the NHS and overcome the threat of COVID-19. […]
Leading online classic car auctioneer, The Market, will offer an extremely rare 1981 MGB GT V8 SEC this month, one of just five ‘Special Edition Classic’ MGBs made, in an online sale running from 21st to 28th May. Built from the final, unsold MGBs to leave the MG Abingdon factory before its closure in 1980, the ‘SEC’ series of one-off sports cars were built by a collaboration between British Leyland, MG Owner’s Club and The Abingdon Classic Car Company.
Jaguar is giving insight into its design process with a series of masterclass films produced to encourage creativity and skills development at home. […]
The Morgan Motor Company has helped to raise an incredible £1.39m towards the coronavirus relief effort, with the giveaway of its all-new Plus Four for BBC Children in Need and Comic Relief’s ‘The Big Night In’ appeal, an amount that will be matched by the UK Government. ‘The Big Night In’ appeal saw the BBC’s biggest charitable partners, Comic Relief and BBC Children in Need, join forces for the very first time with a live star-studded show to help raise funds and celebrate acts of kindness. The show aimed to unite the nation with an evening of incredible entertainment and stories of those going the extra mile to support their communities in these troubled times.
Brabham Automotive has built and delivered its first BT62 Competition model, having sustained production over the last few months. […]
Following an overwhelming response from children around the world, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars is extending the deadline for entries in its Young Designers Competition to Monday 1 June 2020. […]
The unique porosity and phenomenal downforce of the Evija all-electric hypercar has been brought to life in a new animation from Lotus. […]
Leading online classic car auction house, The Market, has achieved an excellent start to the year selling 85 per cent of cars offered in the first two months of 2020. The auction results show that The Market’s online model is continuing to out-perform longer established, traditional auction houses, while also helping to mobilize the classic car market place by delivering accurate auction estimates and the convenience of on-the-go, remote bidding.