An immaculate 1969 De Tomaso Mangusta, a true icon of automotive design, will set pulses racing at Historics’ auction on August 30
Hyundai has unveiled first images of the New Generation i20, ahead of its world debut at the 2014 Paris Motor Show.
Caterham’s Leicester-based dealership will be showcasing some of the brand’s most popular Seven models at the Leicester Mercury Motor Show on Sunday August 17.
First photos of the all-new Kia Sorento confirm that the third generation of the popular SUV will feature a striking, more mature appearance, with bold, swept-back styling and sophisticated surface detailing.
The first ever Range Rover, chassis number #001, will be going under the hammer in The Salon Privé Sale, hosted in partnership with Silverstone Auctions, in London on September 4. This special car, estimated at between £100,000 and £140,000, was the first example of the iconic SUV to roll of the production line back in 1969.
Jaguar has revealed the prototype of its ‘new’ Lightweight E-type – a further six of which will be built and sold.
Hot in the wheeltracks of the high-performance FT-1 ‘Vision GT’ concept Toyota, a new ‘real-world’ version has been unveiled. The latest interpretation of the show-stopping concept coupe features new graphite paintwork in place of the vibrant red featured on the original concept, first seen at this year’s Detroit motor show.
Another sell-out crowd is eagerly anticipating the biggest and best CarFest South yet as the cars, cakes and music extravaganza inspired by BBC Radio 2 broadcaster Chris Evans returns to Laverstoke Park Farm, near Basingstoke, this Bank Holiday weekend (August 22-24).
At the Bonhams auction at Monterey Car Week, records were shattered as the 1962/63 Ferrari 250 GTO sold for $38,115,000 USD. This is the most ever paid for an automobile at auction.