Italian Mustangs, cut-price coupes, and the new F1 season
23 March 2007

Most people love the modern Mustang’s mix of retro looks and muscle-car power. But not Fabrizio Giugiaro. So with Ford’s blessing, he created the bigger, bolder Giugiaro Mustang, and our Steve Cropley went to drive it. Take a closer look at the Latin American here.

While Giugiaro’s half-million-pound concept will be out of most people’s reach, a stylish coupe needn’t be. Let James Ruppert show you how to run a coupe without breaking the bank here.

With a new British hopeful to keep our interest, we’ll be watching the new Formula One season with renewed interest. Will you? Join the debate here.

If you think Formula One won’t interest you, get a load of this fabulous Ferrari/Shell video to put you in the mood. Like it says, turn the sound right up.

Finally, let the Silencer tell you all about some of his favourite PWs. What’s a PW? You’ll have to read to find out.

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