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6 days ago

CAR Magazine

We've finally driven the new 2020 Aston Martin DBX SUV. They might be 18 years behind the Porsche Cayenne trailblazer, but was it worth the wait?
www.carmagazine.co.uk/car-reviews/aston-martin/dbx-suv/
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Weve finally driven the new 2020 Aston Martin DBX SUV. They might be 18 years behind the Porsche Cayenne trailblazer, but was it worth the wait? 
https://www.carmagazine.co.uk/car-reviews/aston-martin/dbx-suv/

 

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Nice car that, and it looks great in orange, credit to Aston Martin, they have done a great job, and it should sell like hotcakes, for a £160k car.

Anyone who can afford one is probably well catered for. For the rest of us, a nice apartment near the coast and a Dacia Duster will almost certainly be better value in the long term.

Buys this instead and has enough change left to buy a house. :)

Too many SUV’s these days!

I would rather buy a used Rapide than a new DBX.

Ming Khor

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1 week ago

CAR Magazine

We're fascinated by how cars change over time. So we couldn't resist bringing along one of our team's own 1974 BMW 2002 tii when we came to test the latest M2 CS. Which do you prefer? ... See moreSee less

Were fascinated by how cars change over time. So we couldnt resist bringing along one of our teams own 1974 BMW 2002 tii when we came to test the latest M2 CS. Which do you prefer?

 

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Great article, always look forward to reading the reviews from Georg 🙂

2002 was a school ride in @1978. Great visibility but that shape is odd.

2002 tii all the way. When was the last good-looking BMW?

Be my wife!

2 weeks ago

CAR Magazine

Here it is: Gordon Murray's 656bhp, 986kg, weather-controlling T.50 supercar

www.carmagazine.co.uk/car-news/first-official-pictures/gordan-murray/t50/
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Here it is: Gordon Murrays 656bhp, 986kg, weather-controlling T.50 supercar

https://www.carmagazine.co.uk/car-news/first-official-pictures/gordan-murray/t50/

 

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Looks like a childish, frog-eyed toy, also nobody knows (yet) how will show itself the Cosworth V12! :O Not a competitor to the great McLaren F1, or, as the old adage goes, "You will never go into the same water twice!" :p :/

I appreciate the effort, but this car is just sad. It's like he is stuck in the 90's and hasn't got any new idea since, and spent 30 years trying to put together the money to build an outdated dream while everyone has moved onto the Lambo Urus or Bugatti Chiron of the world.

Another day another supercar, with little relevance to normal people...

This car looks like a bat mobile - a Batman car.

Am i the only one getting a MR2 vibe up front?

At some angles the front is bit Porsche-ish and the rear is 'orrible. F1 please.

I actually find the original McLaren F1 better looking.

Looks ridiculous... The design is from 1994...he created a museum car

Why on earth are the copy F1 headlights so comically large? And that massive laptop fan out back is laughably hideous.

Gordon Murray is a very successful , accomplished design engineer . So your comments are not relevant as you haven’t tested his car . Give it chance to prove itself before expressing unfounded negative comments 🤨

We need more cars like this

New McLaren F1?

Perfection!👏👌❤️

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2 weeks ago

CAR Magazine

'The Roma is the Ferrari we didn’t know we wanted'

Read our review here: www.carmagazine.co.uk/car-reviews/ferrari/roma-22/
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The Roma is the Ferrari we didn’t know we wanted 

Read our review here: https://www.carmagazine.co.uk/car-reviews/ferrari/roma-22/

 

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I'm a little confused here. Ben Miller says, 'Beautiful and redolent of the past in its ideals if not, thankfully, its design...'. So he's not a fan of the 250 GTO, 275 GTB, 250 SWB,etc.?

I know the looks have been criticised for being derivative, but I think it looks absolutely stunning

Next to the timeless graceful 250 GT Lusso, the Roma is hideously ugly and devoid of any elegance. Not to mention all those gimmicky touchscreens that in a few years will be totally outdated and unusable because consumer tech will have moved on to something completely different as it always does in every 15 -20 year cycle.

Looks like Fisker :( thumb down for Ferrari this time.

If a BMW 8 series nose had babies with just about any Aston Martin, this would be the result.

Gorgeous styling!

What do you get if you cross a Aston Martin DB11, with a Porsche Boxster, a Ferrari Roma, did they run out of imagination at maranello?

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2 weeks ago

CAR Magazine

Mini has come a long way in 60 years - our Mini Electric long-termer meets up with an original Austin Seven...

www.carmagazine.co.uk/features/car-culture/mini-electric-vs-original-mini/
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Mini has come a long way in 60 years - our Mini Electric long-termer meets up with an original Austin Seven...

https://www.carmagazine.co.uk/features/car-culture/mini-electric-vs-original-mini/

 

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The fellas look stumped...

Stupid !...