Features - Motoring

Trail blazing

Forget what you know about dune buggies. Low-volume sports car manufacturer Ariel has rewritten the rule book for four-wheeled dirt machines, with its latest creation, the Nomad.

motoring - The final Defenders

Land Rover recently announced that 2015 will be the final year for its esteemed Defender Series, the model that started it all and traces its origins to 1948 at the beach in Red Wharf Bay, Anglesey, where Maurice Wilks first sketched the original Land Rover and the company’s trio of new, special-edition models, were revealed.

Articles - Motoring

marine - Quadrofoil

Forget speedboats and powerboats; there’s a new experience on water that makes you feel like you’re flying above it.

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Black Ops

Nissan’s latest sports car, the GT-R Black Edition, still proves you don’t have to buy Italian to conquer the racetrack.

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Steer perfection

BMW’s 4 Series coupe hasn’t suffered from pressure to conform to modern standards, and is all the better for it.

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marine - The V39: Second time around for Princess Yachts

Princess Yachts are not known for cutting corners. But now, as builders of special motor yachts up to 40m, Princess’s return to building boats under 12m was a special challenge. They needn’t have worried.

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motoring - Forza Italia!

With lightweight materials, a snarling engine, and rear-wheel drive, Alfa Romeo’s latest sports car is raising more than a few eyebrows in the sports coupé establishment.

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Range Rover Sport

In 1880, John Holler wanted to showcase his cutlery company. He opened a store in New York and hung a display piece in its window. It wasn’t just any knife  it was a multi-tool, which was to outdo even the biggest Swiss Army knives.

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Mazda 6 - Land of the Rising Sun

Mazda has muscled into the premium mid-size segment, declaring its challenger as ready to take on the worlds best. But does it have what it takes to see them eye to eye?

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motoring - Turning Japanese

Honda’s interminable SUV has proved its mettle by shedding its dowdy image to transform into a car that’s now an appealing choice for family transport.

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