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Our reporters empty their notebooks to round up a week in gossip from across the automotive industry
Marque's first soft-top can be reserved from 5 August ahead of first deliveries this autumn
Disguised prototype of classic coupé is actually powered by an engine, not an electric motor as previously speculated
In 1988, this very Ferrari Testarossa starred in an Autocar test. We take it for a blast after tracking it down again
Extensive, purposeful aero gives the Black Series a race car look
Twin-turbo 4.0-litre V8 propels 911 GT2 RS rival from 0 to 62mph in 3.2sec and on to a top speed of 202mph
Firm also registers to trademark e-Golf Classic, e-Samba and e-Kübel, likely for conversions by eClassics
Thomas Schaefer is Skoda's new helmsman
New board chairman previously worked at Daimler and led Volkswagen Group’s South African operations
Does your car need an asymmetrical body, a conveyor belt and a wind turbine? If not, why not?
Japanese marque's retro-inspired commemorative trim option is available on all key models
Former chief of engineering Norman Dewis OBE popped into Jaguar Land Rover's Classic Works for a spin in the I-Pace EV
On what would have been his 100th birthday, we look back at when we met Dewis at JLR’s Classic Works
Now more than ever, the Blue Oval has to shake things up to secure its future
Cars like the Austin Seven, Honda NSX and Porsche 911 made the world a better place - but they weren't alone...