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Premium German tyre manufacturer, Continental Tyres, is hosting its ‘Vision Zero Live’ driving safety event at Mondello Race Circuit, County KIldare this Saturday, October 13 from 9.30am to 4pm.
Premium German tyre manufacturer, Continental Tyres, is organising its Vision Zero Live driving safety event at Mondello Race Circuit, Co Kildare, on Saturday October 13.
James Bond's Aston Martin DB5 is the greatest movie car of all time, according to research.
Ford has produced its 10 millionth Mustang, which, it says, is America’s best-selling sports car of the last 50 years and the world’s best-selling sports car three years straight.
Lexus has introduced a new addition to its LC coupe range with the launch of the new LC Yellow Edition. The new coupe sports a Flare Yellow paint finish that shows off the LC’s award-winning styling. The colour theme continues in the cabin, where the black door panels are enhanced by warm yellow Alcantara inserts.
The first of the latest all new Ford GT has arrived in Ireland. It is the latest version of Ford’s ultra-high-performance supercar that features rear-wheel drive, a mid-mounted engine, and a sleek, aerodynamic, lightweight carbon fibre body shell. It is propelled by the most powerful EcoBoost petrol production engine ever – a next-generation twin-turbocharged 3.5 litre EcoBoost V6 engine producing some 647 horsepower and 550 lb-ft of torque.
Alfa Romeo bravely boasts that their new Stelvio Quadrifoglio, sets a new benchmark in the premium midsize SUV segment with its combination of awe-inspiring design, performance and technology.
Lexus has introduced a new addition to its LC coupe range with the launch of the new LC Yellow Edition.
Alfa Romeo bravely boasts its new Stelvio Quadrifoglio sets a new benchmark in the premium midsize SUV segment with its combination of awe-inspiring design, performance and technology.
I was one of those who mourned the loss of Toyota sports cars, the Supra, MR2, and Celica, after they were discontinued. The reason given at the time was a refocusing on developing mass market models for growing markets in China, Russia, etc. and a general scarcity of engineers in Japan. Toyota felt their loss within a couple of years with the average age profile of their customers rising, and it entered Formula One to try to address this.