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We often wonder what happens to our cars when we sell them or move them on. Have you seen an old flame, and how did it make you feel?

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TVR's Welsh base will breed great cars

Why TVR's decision to base its plant next to Circuit of Wales is a good decision, for enthusiasts of both road and track

by Steve Cropley
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How the Goodwood Members' Meeting could teach F1 a thing or two

With competitive racing and packed grids, the Members' Meeting shows that pleasing motor sport fans isn't as hard as Formula 1 makes it seem

by Mark Tisshaw
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Six months on: VW's state post-Dieselgate

It's six months to the day that the biggest automotive scandal in a generation broke; so how far has the VW Group come since then?

by Jim Holder
18 March 2016
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Nissan's crystal ball, and how others can learn from it

There was a time when Nissan only dabbled in niche markets, but thanks to its forward planning it is now a volume player in the UK

by Matt Prior
18 March 2016
New cars
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Budget 2016 - reading between the lines

The Chancellor's latest Budget is good news for motorists and begins long-term planning for the future of congested cities

by Hilton Holloway
17 March 2016
Industry
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Aston Martin and Red Bull’s hypercar: you read it here first

Aston Martin, Adrian Newey and Red Bull have confirmed they will launch a hypercar in 2018, a story Autocar first broke last summer

by Jim Holder
17 March 2016
New cars
Skoda Kodiaq

Skoda Kodiaq SUV could become the manufacturer's flagship model

Skoda may be a late entry into the SUV market, but it could become a big player if it's smart with the pricing of its new Kodiaq

by Darren Moss
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New cars
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Has BMW signalled the sales peak for premium car makers?

As BMW announces its latest financial results, the brand ponders its next step as it reaches the pinnacle of its sales

by Hilton Holloway
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Industry
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Lift-off in the Peugeot 2008 DKR with Mr Dakar, Stéphane Peterhansel

Peugeot's 2008 DKR dominated January's Dakar Rally. Autocar hitches a lift with the winner, cross-country rally legend Stéphane Peterhansel

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15 March 2016
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