Autocar's Agony Uncle Colin Goodwin has landed in Geneva and is busy answering any questions you have about the motor show.
Can you get a picture of Autocar's Hilton Holloway smiling? He looks so glum in his website photo...
My pleasure - he smiles a lot, actually. See Hilton Holloway smiling
Can you get any more news on Cosworth tuned Toyota engines in road and race Lotuses? Racing Puma
Been over to Lotus. At the moment Cosworth is just supplying the engines for the Evora GT4 cars - a 4.0-litre version of the Toyota V6 with new pistons cams etc. However, an overal collaboration deal with Cossie could result in future road and race engines. Cosworth specialises in supplying hardware and has its own casting plant. Lotus develops and specs the engines, Cosworth can supply the hardware. Back to the 1960s in other words. It seems inevitable that we will see some road-going Lotuses with Cosworth bits in.
Colin, have you ever been asked to leave a manufacturer's stand at a motor show, or escorted off the premises entirely? T Deeson
Not asked, but Jem Marsh of Marcos once hit me.
Hello Colin. My question, ... is it possible to look at the Mansory tuned and styled Rolls-Royce Ghost in the flesh and not vomit? Leslie Brook
Yes, but only because I have a strong constitution. The old Rolls-Royce company would have sued Mansory for producing it or sent a suave assasin to knock off whoever was responsible.
I can’t get an idea of the scale of the Nissan Juke. Can we have a picture of you stood by it? E Edna
Easy. Looks quite nice I reckon. I’m 5’10” so this should give you an idea. Couldn’t lie next to it to give you an idea of length because a Japanese film crew was in the way.