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Alfa Romeo deserves to do well on the sales charts! Let me rephrase that: Alfa Romeo should be a runaway success. Alas, it continues to be plagued by perceptive, pre-conceived ideas of unreliability and poor workmanship. And while some of these are true, there are...

The Hyundai i30 N is one of the most anticipated new models this year, but does it have what it takes to hold its own in the overcrowded performance hatchback.

Mercedes-Benz has taken a new route with its latest junior AMGs, equipping the 53 designated range with a new in-line power plant, replacing the V-engines used over the last two.

WOKING’S ARACHNIDS We’re privileged here at Driven for having, in recent times, sampled both the McLaren 600 LT (Long Tail) and 720 S Coupe Spider variants, in relatively successive stints. The former is a no-holds-barred, purpose-built mid-engine sportscar that delivers a more focussed and visceral...
Following the Porsche Cayenne’s 17th anniversary, we joined Porsche in Austria to experience first-hand Porsche’s introduction of the all-new Cayenne Coupé. Having anticipated a coupé styled SUV from the manufacturer that has perfected the coupé-like design in its sports cars, we were not disappointed. In...

The long-awaited first all-electric model from Aston Martin made its debut on the Lagonda stand at the recent Auto Shanghai motor show. Fittingly so, as the Rapide nameplate on this.

Just on three decades after the introduction of the original 8 Series E31, and two after it was discontinued, BMW again dips its toe in the now calmer GT coupé waters with the second-generation 8 Series flagship. BMW’s introduction of the new G15-generation 8 Series...
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