Infiniti has big plans for the future including, it appears, touring car racing

Infiniti has big plans for the future including, it appears, touring car racing

The luxury brand is already involved in F1, but if it really wants to compete with the German manufacturers it needs to prove its own models on the track

by Julian Rendell
2 October 2014
Paris motor show
The highs and lows of the pre-Paris motor show events

The highs and lows of the pre-Paris motor show events

Infiniti's dramatic-looking Q80 concept overshadows the Volkswagen Group's efforts ahead of the Paris motor show

by Chas Hallett
1 October 2014
Paris motor show
Mercedes-AMG has only scratched the surface of its V8 engine’s potential

Mercedes-AMG has only scratched the surface of its V8 engine’s potential

The potential of the new Mercedes-AMG powerplant suggests downsizing doesn't necessarily have to be a dirty word

by Andrew Frankel
1 October 2014
Paris motor show
Does the world need another super-luxury SUV?

Does the world need another super-luxury SUV?

Aston Martin still hasn't decided whether to build a Lagonda SUV. The time for such a car has probably gone

by Hilton Holloway
30 September 2014
Industry
Why are TV car adverts so boring?

Peugeot is putting an end to the boring TV car advert

Most car ads follow the same predictable routine. But Peugeot has a new one that even has some oversteer in it...

by Chas Hallett
30 September 2014
Anything goes
So it is goodbye, but not good riddance, to the humble tax disc

So it is goodbye, but not good riddance, to the humble tax disc

From Wednesday there will be no fiddling with tricky perforations as the DVLA phases out the tax disc

by James Ruppert
29 September 2014
Anything goes
If you were the new boss of Ferrari, what would you change?

If you were the new boss of Ferrari, what would you change?

It's all change at Ferrari next month, leaving Sergio Marchionne with a tough act to follow and the future of the firm in question

by Steve Sutcliffe
26 September 2014
Industry
Three-car teams are not the answer for Formula 1

Three-car teams are not the answer for Formula 1

Bernie Ecclestone is keen for F1's top teams to run third cars, but it is difficult to see how the proposal can work in reality

by Joe Saward
25 September 2014
F1 2014
Daily smokers - my pick of the cars that even motor traders love

Daily smokers - my pick of the cars that even motor traders love

What kind of cars do motor traders cruise about in? Usually its a large-engined, comfy barge that isn't likely to shift off the forecourt any time soon

by James Ruppert
22 September 2014
Deals
Why the latest Lotus survival plan makes sense to me

Why the latest Lotus survival plan makes sense to me

New Lotus boss Jean-Marc Gales has revealed his plan to revive the company. His ability to galvanise its staff will be critical to its success

by Steve Cropley
22 September 2014
Industry

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