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Survey Shows There’s Confusion About What An Autonomous Car Is

Autonomous vehicles are being hyped as the future of the car industry, though it’s been revealed that many people are confused as to what the term actually means. A survey carried out by Avis Budget Group highlighted consumers find it difficult to tell...

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Car SOS Audi Quattro Helps To Raise Money For Charity At Auction

Car SOS, hosted by Carole Nash ambassador Fuzz Townshend and Tim Shaw, is one of the most popular classic car shows in the world. The duo have helped to restore a plethora of beautiful motors and a car they renovated recently sold at auction for charity....

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Toyota Engineer Gives Insight Into The Connection Between Cars And Human Emotion

As car manufacturing has developed, it’s become increasingly linked to human emotions. Studies have shown that social and emotional factors are the biggest indicators of customer behaviour. This has shaped how designers approach cars and how chief Toyota...

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Record Setting Jabbeke Triumph TR2 Goes On Sale

Classic cars that break records are always going to be remembered. When they go on sale, it’s worth hearing about, especially when it’s the Jabbeke Triumph TR2. Driven by Ken Richardson, the car set a record of 124.889 mph on the Jabbeke motorway in 1953....

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Lamborghini Took Islero And Espada On Tour To Celebrate 50th Anniversary

2018 marks the 50th anniversary of the Lamborghini Espada and Islero, two cars that are remembered for their beauty. To celebrate the milestone, Lamborghini went on a tour of Italy with 20 classic models. The tour kicked off on September 9th in Perugia...

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Giffnock Vintage Car Spectacular Saved By Local Classic Car Donors

Classic car events are some of the best ways for car enthusiasts to meet. But unforeseen circumstances can jeopardize an event, which could have been the case for the Giffnock Vintage Car Spectacular. Held back on September 8th, the East Renfrewshire...

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DVLA Release Data On The Most Unusual Items Found In Untaxed Cars

Not taxing your car can lead to it being impounded, though it’s not the only thing that you could lose. The DVLA recently released a list of everyday items that have been found in clamped cars over the past year. A fair share of unusual products exist...

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Beautiful 1962 Ferrari Breaks World Auction Record With £37 Million

Classic cars regularly fetch high prices at auction, so when the world record gets broken, you  know it’s a big deal. A 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO smashed the record by selling for £37 million at the RM Sotheby’s auction at Monterey Car Week in the US. It was...

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Stackable Esprit Cars Of The Future Are Being Developed In Scotland

As more electric vehicles are being developed, manufacturers are expanding on the technology in different ways. The European Commission’s Green Vehicles Sub-Programme of Horizon 2020 has introduced the ESPRIT (Easily Distributed Personal Rapid Transit)...

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Beaulieu Motor Museum Celebrated 50th Anniversary Of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang

Beaulieu Motor Museum opened up a new exhibition to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. The exhibit, based around the story of the fictional car, opened on October 20th. The original screen Chitty Chitty Bang Bang motor and the...

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New Survey Reveals The Most Congested UK Cities Outside Of London

The UK is known for having some of the busiest roads in the world and a new study has shown which cities have the most congestion. The National Infrastructure Commission (NIC) carried out a government-backed survey of the 10 cities with the highest amount...

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Could classic cars disappear from UK roads?

According to the CEO of Highways England, the sight of classic cars on British roads could be none existent. This is because of the rise of autonomous cars which could, over the next 30 years, dominate the roads of Britain. Jim O’Sullivan fears that...

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