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Three things that only Rolls-Royce buyers do

Proof that Rolls-Royce buyers live in a different world to us mere mortals

by Rachel Burgess
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Anything goes
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Comment: Should Jaguar create new legends instead of restoring old ones?

Jaguar's latest endeavour will put nine new (sort of) XKSS examples on the roads. But is its focus fixed too firmly upon its heritage and not enough on its future?

by Matt Prior
8 April 2016
New cars
Ford Mustang V8

Do the new Ford Mustang V8’s spiritual roots lie in Essex?

The latest Mustang was born in the USA, but it has plenty in common with European hot Fords such as the Cortina, Escort Twin Cam and Capri

by Jesse Crosse
8 April 2016
New cars
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Buying a Renault Zoe: four months in

We're getting used to the quirks and qualities of the small electric Renault, but other aspects of ownership have been less-than welcome

by Jim Holder
5 April 2016
New cars
Aston Martin Red Bull hypercar supercar

Aston Martin and Red Bull's bold hypercar targets

Aston and Red Bull's upcoming hypercar grabbed the headlines, but it's the manufacturers' performance goals for the car that really got us talking

by Matt Prior
1 April 2016
New cars
2016 Dunlop MSA BTCC

Ten drivers to watch in the British Touring Car Championship

The 2016 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship begins at Brands Hatch this weekend; here's our pick of the potential star drivers

by Matt James
1 April 2016
BTCC
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Should we care about Tesla?

Tesla may be synonymous with the electric vehicle segment now, but rivals are fast catching up

by Rachel Burgess
1 April 2016
New cars
Carlos Tavares Peugeot Citroën

Will PSA's 'Push to Pass' plan put it firmly 'Back in the Race'?

PSA Peugeot Citroën is gearing up for the second phase of Carlos Tavares's growth plan. We take a look back at how far the group has come since its £3bn loss in 2012

by Jim Holder
31 March 2016
Industry
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What will PSA Peugeot Citröen’s 'Push to Pass' plan target?

PSA boss Carlos Tavares has put his plan into action for expanding the Peugeot Citröen group. Jim Holder breaks down the steps of the strategy

by Jim Holder
31 March 2016
New cars
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How the car industry could save Britain’s steel industry

Britain's car and steel industries are inextricably linked; but can the former save the latter?

by Julian Rendell
31 March 2016
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