At the time of going to print, the Pebble Beach Concours was about to kick off and we had just heard Aston Martin was going to show off a new roadster that drew inspiration from the legendary DBR1 itself. They call it the DBR22.
The Bavarian brand has come under fi re in recent weeks following the introduction of a subscription plan for certain features, namely heated seats and steering wheels, adaptive cruise control and automatic high beams.
Ferrari’s new GT racer, the 296 GT3, has been unveiled. Replacing the 488 GT3, it’s designed to race in ‘Pro’ classes, targeted at “gentlemen drivers”, and will make its debut at the 2023 Daytona 24 Hours.
Once again Cadillac is reinventing itself, this time in an electric format. The hallowed nameplate has announced that by 2026 there will be only one ICE-powered (Internal Combustion Engine) vehicle in its line-up and that will be the Escalade
It seems almost inconceivable that BMW waited until the sixth generation of M3-badged coupés and saloons before offering an estate-bodied version. It’s not as if there was no precedent for high-performance wagons
Italian design house Pininfarina has styled a new hydrogen-powered hypercar called the 2023 Viritech Apricale. Claimed to be the world’s first zero-emission hypercar to achieve weight parity with petrol-engined competitors, it tips the scales at 1000kg.