What's better: analogue or digital? Naturally aspirated V8 or twin-turbo tech? Manual transmission or paddle-shift DSG?
The picture above is a Renault 4 body that’s been grafted onto a 225bhp Clio V6 chassis. With nitrous. Which is ridiculous. But the kind of engineering idiocy that we can only endorse.
Time was, a young chap would entertain himself by playing a game of chequers. Maybe indulge in a spot of hedge-trimming. Or woodwork. Not riding a dirt-bike off a cliff and parachuting down to the bottom.
Let's be abundantly, lawsuit-avoidingly clear: this is not the official Aventador Super Veloce. These pictures are not the work of Lamborghini.
The New York show's main concept-car debut was this Lexus, called LF-Ch. It's effectively a preview of the next GS, due at the turn of the year.As it sat there on its podium, all mercury-shade paint and 20in wheels, it defied us not to think back a couple of days to the Shanghai show and the BMW M5 Concept. Especially when standing behind it, we completely failed not to think of the BMW M5 Concept.But it's actually supposed a hybrid, carrying the next generation of Lexus's petrol-electric system, presumably with a V6 under the hood.
Versus games keep men alive and happy. The adversarial nature of pitting two unlikely warriors against one another has fascinated the world's most unproductive minds. And now we have two new entrants to vacillate over: step forward Cadillac Escalade and Nissan GT-R.
Last year TG.com unearthed an advert for a marketing intern at Bugatti, presumably tasked with making tea, putting blueprints of the Galabier into Powerpoint and tootling around in Veyrons. A fair few of you applied, although we never did hear back from a successful applicant.