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Jaguar E-Type: a history
The first E-Type was introduced in 1961, and more than doubled the speed of swift saloons of the period

A history of the iconic Jaguar E-Type

The Jaguar E-Type is as famous as it is important in Jaguar's history; take a step back in time and find out where it all began with our history of an icon

25 November 2016
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Autocar envisages the tunnel's entrance

Throwback Thursday 1935: is a Channel Tunnel feasible?

By 1935, a Channel Tunnel had already been talked about and planned many times, only to falter. We analysed whether it could ever actually happen

24 November 2016
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Hongqi CA77

Throwback Thursday: testing the Chinese government's luxury limo in 1975

Chinese cars are increasingly common, but on 4 October 1975, we were taken aback to see a Hongqi CA77 limousine on display in Germany

10 November 2016
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Rover 827 SLi
The 827 SLi - a racy Rover

Throwback Thursday: 1988 Rover 827 SLi saloon first drive

On 2 March 1988, we drove the new 2.7-litre engined version of the Rover 800 Series executive saloon. It may have looked staid, but it was no slouch

3 November 2016
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Studebaker Light Six
Studebaker Light Six at Wimbledon Common

Throwback Thursday: 1922 Studebaker Light Six road test

On 11 February, 1922, Autocar had the American Studebaker Light Six tourer for a week, resulting in a glowing review in every respect

27 October 2016
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Ordnance Survey makes a comeback

Why Ordnance Survey paper maps are making a comeback

It may be the age of sat-nav, but Ordnance Survey has reintroduced an iconic series of maps due to public demand

23 October 2016
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Bentley Continental GTC V8 S

Teaching footballers how to drive supercars

Top footballers love their supercars, and now a driver programme is helping them to use their match-day skills to make them better drivers

22 October 2016
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1957 Dodge Royal Custom road test - Throwback Thursday

1957 Dodge Royal Custom road test – Throwback Thursday

Autocar first sampled the 18ft-long and 6ft 6in-wide Dodge Royal Custom on British roads 59 years ago

20 October 2016
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Land Rover Classic opens factory doors for Reborn Tour

Land Rover Classic opens its doors for Reborn Tour

Visitors can now visit Land Rover’s Solihull facilities where original models are restored

11 October 2016
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The kind of car the author visualises

Throwback Thursday: "I want a one-man car" 1942

Autocar of 1942 pitches "The single seater as a type for after-war use, especially for business men"

6 October 2016
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