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2003 Jaguar XK8 4.2 X100

The facelifted XK8s from 2003 onwards were the best of the bunch thanks to Jaguar’s new 4.2- litre V8 – and in non-R format they’re a terrific bargain that still come with plenty of clout.

1990 Jaguar Sport XJR-15

Although derived from the Le Mans-winning XJR-9, making it extremely fast, the TWR-developed XJR-15 isn’t officially part of Jaguar’s past canon of work and therefore often overlooked. We explain the car’s history before track-testing the prototype at Mallory Park in Leicestershire

2023 Alfa Romeo Giulia GTAm Type 952

As one of our two ‘wild card’ brand new car entries, the Alfa Giulia Quadrifoglio holds its own with effortless ease. Even the regular Giulia Q would easily have made our Top 12: after all, it is comfortably Alfa’s greatest car of the last decade: Ferrari-developed 510hp V6 twin-turbo; dedicated Giorgio platform with sensational steering and suspension; lightweight carbon goodies; we could go on and on.

1971 OTAS Grand Prix Coupe LHD

If the car on this page looks familiar, you might recognise it as the Francis Lombardi Grand Prix – a car we featured back in March 2018. But this isn’t quite a Lombardi – it is in fact an OTAS 820 Tigre. If you’ve never heard of OTAS, we’re not surprised.

2020 Aston Martin GT4

In a historic moment in kiwi drifting and motorsport, Darren Kelly is showing the world how New Zealand gets down! With the heart of racing, he’s competing in formula drift USA in a completely insane 2020 Aston Martin GT4. V12 and twin supercharged, it’s causing a major stir!

1984 BMW 628CSi Automatic E24

The BMW E24 6 Series remains one of the most desirable and affordable “shark nose” classic BMW GT cars. But, while the M635CSi gets much of the attention, might a facelift 628CSi offer the best ownership prospect?

2000 BMW 330Ci Clubsport E46/2

Without the visual marker of an M badge, the E46 330Ci Clubsport flies under the radar of the general populace: everyday thrills, delivered with subtle panache.

1990 Ferrari Testarossa Series 2 Type F110

What if, having reached the summit of Mount Everest – after all that effort and personal sacrifice – Sir Edmond Hillary simply turned to Tenzig Norgay and shrugged his shoulders nonchalantly. It is a bit of a stretch to equate the scaling of Mt Everest to the purchase of your dream supercar; however, This was Spencer Mcleans quandary. After working diligently toward his goal for years, he found himself sitting in his dream-specification Aston Martin –dark blue with cream leather – feeling underwhelmed.

Oil Stain Labs - Half11

The Half11 project, from the minds of Oilstainlab, is a design-driven prototype vehicle that challenges all to define it. Oilstainlab is disrupting the world of coachbuilding, creating a new style of vehicle that blurs the lines between a hot rod, a Le Mans race car and a modern supercar.

3.4-litre flat-six RSR-aping 1983 Porsche 911 Carrera 3.2

Eagerly awaiting a 3.4-litre flat-six and finished in a hulk-like hue, this RSR-aping Carrera 3.2 is a fiendishly fascinating classic Porsche with giant road presence…

1966 Lotus Elan S3 SE FHC Jim Clark’s last road car

This Lotus Elan S3 FHC was Jim Clark’s last road car. We take to the border roads that formed him to find out why he found it so beguiling.

1964 Lotus Elan S1 1600

The Elan transformed an ambitious Lotus from bit-part player to major engineering force. We drive this rare S1 Elan 1600, fresh from restoration, to find out how.

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