Aston Martin DB6 Electric

Bond saves the World [Again]

In the latest 007 movie, Bond says: “if we don’t do this now, there will be nothing left to save”. I wonder if he was talking about the environment and referring to his preference for thirsty old Aston Martins – and the fact that now, he could have it converted to electric.

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2022 MG ZS EV

Better Styling & 273 mile range!

Check out the new updated MG ZS EV and it looks rather neat at the front. They’ve done away with the grille altogether with a concept car style stamped-effect fascia. It gets a new 72kWh battery pack which improves the range from 163 miles to 273 miles – which is impressive. But a 51kWh battery will also be offered with a 198 mile range, which is still better than before.

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Petrol Crisis Conspiracy

Selling Surplus Fuel or Driving EV Sales?

It appears as if the UK fuel crisis has finally ended. So what caused it? Just an overblown minor news story, or was there a deeper conspiracy behind it. Was it intended to create a high demand for surplus fuel that had accumulated during the lockdown, or was it to accelerate a shift to electric cars as drivers are put off by longer queues for fuel. I break it down and explain the real reason behind the so-called UK petrol-shortage.

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Mazda MX-5 RF Review 

For rear-wheel-drive fans, there are only two affordable cars worth considering

Whether you’re a keen young driver, or someone just wishing to get a taste of what traditional sportscars felt like to drive after a diet of tiny front-wheel drive hatchbacks, there are really only two cars on the market that you should consider buying: the brilliant Toyota 86 and the car reviewed here.

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London Gridlocked Due To Petrol Shortage!

Thankfully I don’t have to drive anywhere today, if I did – there’d be no chance!

London has been gridlocked since last night because – to put it simple – people are stupid. The revelation that a handful of BP petrol stations ran out of fuel, has caused chaos especially after the government warned people not to panic buy – which is of course exactly what they did.

Suzuki Across PHEV Review

You’re confused aren’t you? This looks like something else. But is it a great Suzuki?

You’re thrown, aren’t you? At first glance you thought you knew what this car was. Then you looked again and you weren’t so sure after. A third glance caught the Suzuki badge, and then you found yourself really perplexed. 

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GoClassics Podcast featuring Simeon Cattle of Classic Project Shop

All about Goodwood Revival, how classics are getting easier to maintain and buying a Lincoln Continental Mk V

Our second ever podcast features special guest Simeon Cattle (Sim) who’s been working in the car trade since the age of 16. He runs the Classic Project Shop and along with GoClassics Editor-at-Large Jeff Bailey, we talk about about running and working on classics, the little tips and secrets most people don’t know about, and how knowledge of working on old cars is being passed down to a new generation. Plus we talk about the Goodwood Revival and quiz Jeff on his two extraordinarily different previous car choices – a Vauxhall Nova and a Lincoln Continental!

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