The coronavirus pandemic has had an impact on our everyday lives, including transport and how we use our cars. Whilst lockdown is gradually easing, many of us have not used our cars as we once used to – with some not using them at all.
Formula 1 teams have joined forces with the government and health authorities to create new breathing aids for patients suffering with COVID-19. Mercedes, Red Bull, McLaren and Williams all answered the call for businesses with expertise in engineering and technology to help boost supply through ‘Project Pitlane’.
Think that ordinary car insurance is fine for your supercar? Think again. Our expert insurance brokers list 4 reasons why specialist cover is vital for your luxury car.
It seems the luxury car industry has finally caught up with the demand for ‘greener’ cars as another of the world’s top car manufacturers announces its first electric hybrid.
It is confirmed: Daniel Craig is going back behind the wheel of the most famous Bond car to date – the Aston Martin DB5.
Bentley Chairman, Adrian Hallmark, admitted to the Telegraph that “leaving the EU without a deal is not corporate death for us, but it’s annoying.”
For most of us, when we think of Porsche we think of their gorgeous 911 model. This classic supercar has been the face of the prestigious company since it was first unveiled in 1968 and remains an incredibly popular choice for luxury vehicle connoisseurs thanks to its timeless style and ferocious engine.
The brand’s biggest SUV has released a slightly updated design for 2020, featuring new safety tech, interior seating, chassis, and exterior tweaks.
A new ultra-low emission zone in Central London came into effect at the start of April, though if you own a supercar, you shouldn’t have to worry.