The Goodwood Festival of Speed made a very welcome return in 2021. Here are some of our personal highlights.
There’s plenty of aggressive engine revving going on as the supercar pack shuffles around…
We talk with Supercar Driver member Kushi Bachada about his supercar garage, including a Ferrari 488 Spider, Porsche 992 Cabriolet & Porsche 991…
We’ve scanned all the usual classified ads – from Pistonheads to AutoTrader and Collecting Cars – and tried to align some of the most…
The event was cancelled due to the Coronavirus outbreak, but the show must go on. These are the cars unveiled this week that you would’ve seen at the 2020 Geneva Motor Show.
What would you sacrifice to own a better performing and more environmentally friendly supercar?
We’ve compiled a list of the 20 very best shows – the ones you really don’t want to miss …
Just how fast is the automotive industry moving towards electric cars? JBR Capital attended the Frankfurt Motor Show to find out.
We analysed the fluctuations in currency exchange rate between Euro, Dollar and Pound to understand the impact this had across the classic car market.
The Geneva International Motor Show has once again set tongues wagging. Here is our round-up of the 10 most exciting supercars from Geneva 2019, as well as COO Stephen Halstead’s reasons for choosing these.
Saloons too ordinary? SUVs too large? Sounds like you’re in the market for a distinctive prestige coupé. We’ve selected five of the best two-seater and 2+2 hardtops to help you choose a prestige coupé….
With the 70th anniversary of the Land Rover behind us, and the 50 years of Range Rover celebrations ahead, we’ve decided to take a look back at the Range Rover’s history, plotting its progress over four generations…
In Part 1 we considered our pick of the more affordable Low Stress Classics and here in Part 2 we look at some higher-end classics.
We were lucky enough to test three Morgans: The V6 Roadster, the 4/4 and the 3 Wheeler. You can view our video review, and read on to see what I thought of each car.
Sometimes the efforts of the industry’s finest manufacturers don’t quite satisfy our clients’ desires for individuality. In those instances, they turn to the modifiers. In the first of our two-part, we look at the history and recent projects from Brabus and Kahn.
We recently held our first track day at the Goodwood Motor Circuit as part of our Drivers Club programme. A stunning selection of cars took to the track.
The McLaren 720S, launched at the Geneva show earlier this year, is a stupendously, staggeringly, mindbendingly quick car. Read our full in-depth review of this latest hypercar by McLaren.
Follow us on a journey through 54 years of Ford’s illustrious line of two-seater GT models in an in-depth feature about these legendary sports cars.
In late July Rolls-Royce revealed its all-new Phantom. This eighth-generation model replaces the previous Phantom which, like the six generations before that, was widely regarded as ‘The Best Car in the World’. However, some might beg to differ with that assertion.
Owners of supercars and classics are often in need of a more practical car, and there are some fast, luxurious and highly desirable grand tourer prestige cars out there. We recently took the stunning Rolls-Royce Wraith for a spin.
Following our blog on the ‘instant classics’– supercars that have attracted a significant premium as soon as they’ve been delivered – we bring you another that is a stunning driving machine…
In recent blogs we’ve brought you the lowdown on the most recent hypercar Holy Trinity, a 1960s Classic Trinity and another from the 2000s.
Following our blog on the ‘instant classics’ of 2016 – supercars that have attracted a significant premium as soon as they’ve been delivered …
The major sports and supercar manufacturers have treated us with a veritable feast of special limited-edition variants over the past 12 months. These cars are not only stunning but are also becoming instant classics and attracting a significant premium as soon as they have been delivered.