Motoring Trailblazers - Mazda Eunos Cosmo


The world of motoring is hurtling headlong into a bright new future of all-electric, automated, connected technology - and Marty McFly is not behind the wheel! But what were the cars that were ‘back to the future’ of years gone by?

On this day in auto history - November 26th


It was on this day in 1994 that celebrated British car designer David Bache passed away at the age of 69 from cancer.'s Great British Cars – Jensen Interceptor FF


Great Britain, great cars. The UK motor industry is respected the world over, and though many of the vehicles are actually owned by foreign manufacturers, there can be no doubting of the fantastic heritage of the British motor.

On this day in auto history - November 25th


It was on this day in 2005 that the world of motor sport was in mourning following the sad death of Britain’s former World Rally Champion Richard Burns from a brain tumour at just 34.

On this day in auto history - November 24th


It was on this day in 1951 that the two giants of the British auto industry, Austin and Morris, agreed to merge in a move which paved the way for the formation of BMC (British Motor Corporation) which came into effect the following year.


Car Park Cowboys Shot Down By Government Bill


A new code of practice has been agreed by the Government which will tackle rogue companies who issue unfair car fines on private car parks.

On this day in auto history - November 23rd


It was on this day in 1954 that the 50 millionth car produced by General Motors rolled off Chevrolet’s assembly line in Flint, Michigan amid a day of national celebration. 

Celebrating The Success Of Land Rover’s Evoque


Whilst the British motoring industry seemingly teeters on the brink of Brexit, there is one success story which defying the odds and creating jobs.

Dutch Police To Use Driverless Tech To Catch Thieves


Police in the Netherlands are testing autonomous car technology systems to see if they can better prevent car crime in the country.