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Our thoughts from 1967 on Ford's tiny Comuta electric concept car, the future of electric vehicles as a whole and what would eventually replace the internal combustion engine
On 15 June 1951, we conducted a full road test of a Ferrari for the first time: the roofless, two-seat 212 Export sports car
Love Ford's ultimate hot hatch? Well, here's your chance to win one
Folding socks and traffic jams - they're stealing precious seconds of life. Here's why you should streamline the process for both of them
On 26 February 2003, Autocar drove the Phantom VIII for the first time. After a decades-long slump, had BMW brought Rolls back to regal quality?
From the petrol-powered Fiat 500 Diesel to the Honda HR-V Joy Machine, these car names couldn't be further from the truth
On 19 May 1984, we took Austin's new affordable family saloon for a spin. And although it's hardly fondly remembered now, we were quite pleased with the Montego
The three Mercedes: Lang, Caracciola and Brauchitsch
How the 'Greatest Race of the Year' unfolded, with a masterful victory from Mercedes-Benz's Rudolf Caracciola at the Nürburgring
Our first drive in the original Mini, badged as the Morris Mini-Minor, came in August 1959. Did we see any indication of the iconic status it would achieve?
William Towns was an unusual genius who designed the Aston Martin Lagonda, and then went off to build his own kit cars. We found out more