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All three of the McLarens are seriously quick. Their top speeds are all north of 200mph
The McLaren F1 was arguably the first hypercar and laid down the DNA that runs through the equally mighty P1 and Senna. We gather all three
Self-driving Leaf will navigate roundabouts, A-roads and motorways
Live trials of self-driving cars, such as the Nissan Leaf's 230-mile trip to Sunderland, split opinion within the industry. We weigh both sides of the argument.
As Volvo launches its first purely-electric powered car, the XC40 Recharge, let's look at the greatest models it's ever made
Do cars have a spirit about them? Many of our writers think they do, and this is why
These are the new cars the major makers would take into the 21st century – and some of them established new nameplates that run to this day
In 1950, we detailed the new Phantom IV, which had been designed for Princess Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh
Nothing says ‘look at me’ louder than emerging from a car with gullwing doors. They’ve been around for a long time – these are the most notable
Join us as we explore everything from Porsche 911s to Renault Zoes - here are the most unlikely rally cars ever
Pikes Peak also has bumps but, compared to the Big Gate Road, it’s a flat autobahn
Watch the blistering electric racer set another record on one of the world’s most spectacular mountain roads, and find out how it was possible
Parisian cobbles are rarely a bumpy affair in a Citroën
We drive a Citroën C5 Aircross to Paris to celebrate the eternally young 100-year-old brand’s centenary
I-Pace is stylish, and outshines its rivals, but can it cross the continent?
How practical is it to drive across Europe in Jaguar's EV pioneer? We saddle up for the long-haul
"About 4800 Alvis cars remain on the road"
The iconic marque has not left the building: in fact, it has just started making cars again