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Rimac poses with his C_Two, for which the writing is on the wall
Mate Rimac describes the first hypercar his firm created as "an electric car built by petrolheads", but even the 1888bhp follow-up is only part of the story
Use of aluminium for the chassis saved weight
Resurrecting Land Rover’s icon is nothing new, as we discovered when we met the man behind the 1997 LCV2/3
Pikes Peak also has bumps but, compared to the Big Gate Road, it’s a flat autobahn
We watched the blistering electric racer set another record on one of the world’s most spectacular mountain roads
Oil sleek: Which of these oil-burning wafters provides the best all-round package?
Audi’s rakish S7 Sportback delivers 516lb ft of oil-burning punch and long-legged cruising. So do the Mercedes CLS and Alpina D5
Their technology increasingly rules and runs the modern world, but what do they all drive?
As part of Bugatti’s big birthday celebrations we take a tour of its greatest cars
From Batman to The Blues Brothers, the Volo Auto Museum has a vast collection of movie cars, hot rods and other exotic vehicles once owned by the rich and famous
Supercars aren't just two-seat wonders: we count down the best supercars with space for four
Autocar takes a pictorial look at new cars coming down the line, with help from our exclusive spyshots and renders
Most car firms are named after their founders - these are the most interesting ones that are not
Team Dynamics has 15 full-time staff, growing to 30 with contractors for races.
There’s more to Team Dynamics than Honda UK’s BTCC Civics. Driver Matt Neal shows us around his family firm
Scenery is beautiful but you might be too cold to care
If a driving holiday through the Alps sounds a bit tame, you could try a Himalayan adventure which, its organisers say, might actually kill you