The flagship of the Maserati product range, the Quattroporte is larger, lighter, more luxurious and more practical than the globally acclaimed car it replaces. With a 307km/h top speed, it’s also as fast as most two-door supercars.
Few car companies wear their history like McLaren. Founded by a Kiwi who arrived in the UK in 1958 on a driving scholarship, in 1963 he put his name on the back of a sportscar and started a legend; a legend that celebrates its 50th anniversary this year.
If the Ford Mustang is the ‘fastback' GT car for the 99 per centers, may we humbly present to you the ultimate ‘fastback' GT reserved for the remaining one per cent. Ladies and gentlemen, here is the brand new Rolls-Royce Wraith: the most powerful Rolls ever built.
In a week when they've put a comedian in parliament and a pope in a helicopter, it's perhaps unsurprising that the Italians have also made this Lamborghini Veneno. Veneno was a fighting bull. One of the strongest, fastest bulls there ever was. He is, however, most famous for gorging a matador to death in 1914. He was a murderbull. The Italians, it could be said, are at their very best when they stop taking their pills...
Eurokars Group, a brand synonymous with premium automotive marquees, launched the all-new Mazda 6 at the iconic Red Dot Museum today. More than 800 guests witnessed the spectacular unveiling of this design driven executive sedan that is set redefine the driving experience in its class.
Ever tried to record your own car chase using your R/C cars? Well, that's what the guys at Rocket Jump did as they collaborated with the team behind the upcoming Need for Speed: Most Wanted video game to create this amazing car chase scene, with an R/C helicopter thrown in as well. Is this the greatest R/C car chase ever?
The Caterham R500 is a car of legend in the TopGear history books since it eclipsed the lap time of a Bugatti Veyron on the TopGear test track back in 2008. Now though, it has a successor – the fastest and most powerful Caterham Seven ever.