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  • The most expensive number plates ever sold in Britain
    The most expensive number plate ever sold by the DVLA in Britain is 25 O - bought this week by a Ferrari trader for £518,000. Prancing Horse collector and dealer Talacrest snapped up the rare registration for its 250 SWB...
  • BMW M235i (2014) long-term test review
    Month 4 running a BMW M235i: the design story Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, so the saying goes. And according to feedback from you (and most of the rest of the CAR team) on our M235i, it’s...
  • Honda NSX order book closed already; Civic Type-R's opens
    Honda has closed the order books for the NSX hybrid sports car - despite the car not even being shown in public. Dealers have been taking orders for the new 2015 NSX for the past two years, and now have...
  • Audi A4 (2015): spy photos of Audi’s new compact exec saloon
    You can almost sense the buzz in offices across the land as Audi gets closer to launching the next-gen A4. Codenamed B9 and based on Audi’s MLB ‘Evo’ architecture, the new 2015 Audi A4 is lighter and stiffer with better...
  • Mini range to shrink to five models
    The time for niche-filling is over: the current, third-generation Mini range will concentrate on five models only, the brand’s chief Peter Schwarzenbauer has confirmed. Currently there are seven branches of Mini models available: the three-door and five-door hatches plus the...
  • Jaguar design chief Ian Callum wins top design gong
    Jaguar design director Ian Callum has been awarded the Minerva Medal, the top accolade dished out by the Chartered Society of Designers. No other automotive designer has won the award since Giorgetto Giugiaro in 1981; previous winners include storied British...
  • Jaguar F-type SVR (2016): the first spy photos
    This is our first look at the new range-topping Jaguar F-type SVR - a hero roadster and coupe duo being readied to crown the fast-growing (and downright fast) F-type sports car family. It is understood to be an early engineering mule...
  • Nissan Pulsar (2015) review
    On a launch a few years ago, I drove a facelifted pea green Nissan Almera round greasy north-east streets in grimy fog. One of the most depressing cars I have ever driven, I thought that Nissan’s phalanx of genre-busting crossovers...
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