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Unfairly overshadowed pioneers of the car world

The real pioneers in the car world are often airbrushed out of history. Time to tell the truth

13 October 2019
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Driving a Citroen C5 Aircross to Paris
Parisian cobbles are rarely a bumpy affair in a Citroën

Marque de Triomphe: Citroen centenary road trip

We drive a Citroën C5 Aircross to Paris to celebrate the eternally young 100-year-old brand’s centenary

13 October 2019
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Driving the Jaguar I-Pace to the Frankfurt motor show
I-Pace is stylish, and outshines its rivals, but can it cross the continent?

On a charge: Driving the Jaguar I-Pace from London to Frankfurt

How practical is it to drive across Europe in Jaguar's EV pioneer? We saddle up for the long-haul

12 October 2019
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Alvis factory in Kenilworth
"About 4800 Alvis cars remain on the road"

Inside Alvis: reviving a long-lost British car maker

The iconic marque has not left the building: in fact, it has just started making cars again

12 October 2019
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The rise and fall of the Dodge Viper

As the Dodge Viper turns 30, we look at the fearsome V10-powered car that operated in a class all of its own

10 October 2019
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World’s most weirdly wonderful car options

Carmakers are always on the look-out to offer new ways to personalise your car – here are some of the most outlandish

9 October 2019
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From the archive: Should doctors swap horse for car?

In the 1890s, medical men were pondering whether motoring would be more suitable for their work than horse and cart

9 October 2019
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The very remarkable Buick Y-Job

We take a look at the Y-Job, and how how Buick invented the concept car and rewrote the automotive rulebook

8 October 2019
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Treasures of the Unser Racing Museum

From Pikes Peak to the Indianapolis 500, four generations of the Unser family have written US racing history

6 October 2019
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2019 Lamborghini Huracan Performante - hero front
Special-edition Performante dominates every environment it moves through, mainly because of its naturally aspirated 5.2-litre V10, which is louder than even the 6.5-litre V12 in the Aventador

Sussex to Sant'Agata: taking the Lamborghini Huracan Performante home

Lamborghini needed a 631bhp Huracán Performante to be returned home from Goodwood. We handled with care...

6 October 2019
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Autocar visits Lamborghini factory in Sant'Agata
The supercars are fuelled at the penultimate work station and then taken up to 150mph on a rolling road

Bigger cars, bigger factory: How Lamborghini is changing

As the Urus begins to reshape the way Lamborghini builds cars, we head behind the scenes at its vibrant Sant'Agata HQ

6 October 2019
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10 unlikely performance car bargains

Some of these fly so far under the radar they might as well be submarines. But they’re not: they’re rapid, fun and rare cars at keen prices, as James Disdale reports

5 October 2019
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