Forget vintage Ferraris, with an embarrassment of riches I’d head straight to Alpine for a classic. Either the Le Marquis prototype or the one-off Meyrignac wedge will do. Or both. With such a rich history of stunning cars, the revived Alpine has plenty to go on for its future cars. Read more about both in our history of Alpine here.
Honda’s Sports EV announcement
Honda has only shown us a glimpse of the Sports EV ahead of its Tokyo motor show debut, but I’m already smitten. It takes the retro cues and simplicity of the Urban EV and mixes them with the chunky but svelte lines of a sports coupé.
There’s no production date yet, unlike the Urban EV, but if we wish hard enough, our fairy God-product-strategists at Honda might actually do it.
The Ford GT’s interior
It may not be the GT's strong point, being described as more ordinary than it should be on a car of £420,000, but personally, I find the interior perfectly fitting to the car. And anyhow, if you've bought a GT for the plushness of its interior, you probably shouldn't have been sold one.
It’s attractive and different in a retro, Blade Runner kind of way, with the steering wheel from a spaceship and dashboard which wouldn’t look out of place in a Vector W8.
The Hyundai i30N’s third brake light