PSA

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Two years ago PSA Group had to be bailed out by Dongfeng and the French government; fast forward to today and the multi-brand company is posting record-high profits

by Hilton Holloway
27 July 2016
New cars
Rallycross 2016

Designing a tyre to handle 1000bhp of power and 2000lb ft of torque

Electric racing cars wouldn't just change the sport - they'd also push the boundaries of tyre technology

by Jim Holder
27 July 2016
Motorsport
Bugatti Chiron

The world according to a Bugatti owner

A garage full of 84 cars, plus three planes and invites to private concerts? Only if you're a Bugatti owner...

26 July 2016
Anything goes
Stefano Domenicali

Lamborghini's Stefano Domenicali on why the V12 has a future

Chief executive officer Domenicali thinks a balanced, sustainable future for Lamborghini will still include high-revving 12-cylinder engines

by Matt Burt
26 July 2016
Industry
2020 Lotus Elise

What should the new Lotus Elise be like?

The Elise is a car with a history of wonderful examples, but the new model needs to be one that sells

by Matt Prior
26 July 2016
New cars
Lotus Elise

Lotus Elise: the troubled road that led to the revolutionary sports car

Lotus has faced some tough times in its history. That is, until Romano Artioli came along and gave the green light to the Elise we know and love today

by Steve Cropley
26 July 2016
New cars
Volvo V40 safety award

Safety should influence car buying decisions

Would knowing nobody had died in a particular car make you consider it more readily?

by Jim Holder
25 July 2016
Motoring
Porsche 911 Turbo S

Porsche 911 Turbo S vs 718 Boxster – which would you choose?

One is a 572bhp four-wheel drive monster, the other is a rear-wheel-drive convertible that's more than £100,000 cheaper

by Doug Revolta
23 July 2016
New cars
Hampton Village Classic Car Show Citroen DS

Car culture is dying? Not on this evidence

Who said car culture was dying out? Summer's here, and the classic car scene is in full swing

by Jim Holder
22 July 2016
Motor shows
Volkswagen Golf GTI Clubsport S
Volkswagen Golf GTI Clubsport S is fastest FWD car at the 'Ring

Nürburgring lap records: why everything has to be perfect

Conditions had to be just right for Volkswagen to set its Nürburgring lap record with the Golf GTI Clubsport S

by Matt Prior
22 July 2016
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