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2024 BMW X7 M60i xDrive G07 LCI

BMW’s biggest SUV has received an extensive mid-life update to help it keep pace with the brand-new G70 7 Series – and maintain profitability.

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2005 Porsche Cayenne S 955 - 20 years of the SUV that saved Zuffenhausen

It’s 20 years since Porsche launched its first SUV, the Cayenne – to the dismay of purists. Time suggests that any controversy was unfounded.

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Jaguar F-Type GT4 X152 launch, January 2018

Although Jaguar had come close to building a competition version of the F-Type not long after its 2012 debut, apparently working with the Williams F1 team to develop such a model, it never came to fruition. In early 2018 a genuine racer based on the car finally broke cover. But although it was built by Jaguar’s Special Vehicle Operations (SVO) based in Ryton, having been developed for an independent team, Invictus Games Racing, it wasn’t the works effort many had been hoping for.

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1966 AMC ‘Project IV’ - Cavalier & Vixen

AMC debuted a trio of interesting ‘idea’ cars in 1966 and while none of them saw full-scale production, they inspired certain ideas on future models that went into production in the following years…

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2024 Honda Civic Type R FL5

Less of an automotive manga comic book character than its predecessor, but this one has even greater superpowers

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2024 Nissan Pathfinder Ti AWD

Large SUV claims to be off-road capable, but works way better in range-topper Ti guise when specced as a seven-seater.

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2024 Lexus RZ 450e

Electric SUV ditches the steering rack for a by-wire system operated by a yoke. But is it a dynamic turn for the best?

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Road test 2024 Abarth 500e

The new electric 500e is “more fun” than the petrol one, says Abarth. After going to Lingotto to see, sit in and hear it, what do we make of it?

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2023 Mercedes-Benz C220d AMG Line W206

The breed of turbodiesel executive sedans may be falling out of favour; however, the 2023 Mercedes-Benz C220d W206 exists to prove a point

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1963 Lotus 25 racing car designed by Colin Chapman for the 1962 Formula 1 season

From blown diffusers to front-tyre-warming, toe-angle-adjusting steering columns, both born then banned in the past two decades, Formula One has been defined by relentless rule-bending engineering innovations since its inception. However, the most primal of them all doesn’t even hail from this century; it supersedes carbon fibre as F1’s go-to construction material in the 1980s.

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Lost 1980s Alfa Romeo 10C V10-powered super-coupe

Matteo Licata reveals how Alfa Romeo planned to make a spectacular – but doomed – V10-powered super-coupe in the late 1980s.

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First production car to feature Apple CarPlay - Ferrari FF 2014

Page through the CAR guide section at the back of the magazine and you’ll be hard-pressed to find a new model that does not incorporate some form of smartphone integration; be it simple Bluetooth connectivity, or touchscreen systems that accommodate Android Auto or Apple CarPlay functionality. And it was the latter that set the scene for the sort of phone-to- car interaction we enjoy in so many of our vehicles right now.

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French fancy: the 1937 Lancia Ardennes

Lancia Ardennes a familiar Italian great, à la Française – made before Lancia’s own Aprilia.

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