South African newspaper AutoWeek has voted the Alfa Romeo 4C as its Drivers’ car of the year for 2015. The 4C emerged victorious over a group of finalists including 14 new performance-oriented cars launched in the past year.
The time has finally come for Nissan to unleash its sportiest Juke ever – the Juke NISMO RS. Prices start from £21,995 OTR and the arrival of the new car in UK showrooms marks the eighth new Nissan model to be introduced in 2014.
The latest generation of Volkswagen’s Polo GTI made its debut at the Paris Motor Show in October and is now available to order from UK retailers, with first deliveries due in March. It will cost £18,850 OTR for the three-door manual with a £630 premium for five doors and £1,245 for the DSG gearbox.
Launched in 1955, the original Citroen DS will be 60 years old in 2015. To kick off a full year of celebrations, the newly established DS premium brand will be showcasing selected models from six decades of innovation and cutting-edge design at the first ever London Classic Car Show at the ExCeL International Exhibition Centre in London’s Docklands, from January 8-11.
A pair of Ferraris born a generation apart, the LaFerrari hypercar and legendary F40, will be in the spotlight when the Performance Car Show brings the best of the motoring world to Birmingham on January 8-11.
The new Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint celebrates a key moment in Alfa Romeo’s heritage: the 60th anniversary of the launch of the original Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint.