A Ferrari Testarossa formerly owned by Sir Elton John with only 2,100 miles on the clock is to be sold by COYS at their Spring Classics sale in London on Tuesday (March 12).
The MINI Plant will lead the celebrations of a centenary of car-making in Oxford, on March 28 – 100 years to the day when the first Bullnose Morris Oxford was built by William Morris, a few hundred metres from where the modern plant stands today.
The global launch of the Alfa Romeo 4C marks the return of the brand to the world of lightweight sports coupés.
Chevrolet revealed the 2014 Corvette Stingray convertible at Geneva. With an estimated 450 horsepower it is the most powerful standard Corvette ever.
The wraps are finally off the LaFerrari. The limited-series special, of which just 499 will be built, made its world debut at the Geneva Show.
The new Volkswagen Golf has been voted Europe’s Car of the Year 2013.
Kia’s new provo concept, unveiled at the Geneva Show, mixes ultra-modern technology with a self-confident and agile look to deliver an exciting new B-segment car for enthusiasts.
Rolls-Royce present the world debut of Wraith, the most powerful and dynamic Rolls-Royce in history.
Toyota’s new i-ROAD personal mobility vehicle (PMV) makes its world debut at the Geneva show; a new, flexible form of transport designed for city streets. Seating two in tandem and under cover, i-ROAD is an electric vehicle with a range of up to 30 miles on a single charge.
The new Bentley Flying Spur, the world’s most refined performance saloon, makes its global debut in Geneva.