Country-by-country bullet-point round-up of the good, the mad and the obscure in the world of Hybrid & EV Hypercars.
All of our blog posts about the Mercedes Marque. Car Finance news from the UK and beyond.
Thinking about going green without sacrificing creature comforts or performance? To help guide you through what’s what eco-wise, we take a look at what the prestige brands have to offer now, and what’s in the proverbial pipeline.
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.
Car enthusiasts are not known for compromising in the pursuit for their perfect car, and why should they? The options are plentiful when looking at 0-60s, brand new technology or sublime comfort but what about when it comes to needing all of the above AND four seats? Check out JBR’s list of best in class answers.
Having covered the recent Holy Trinity of hypercars, we then jumped back half a century to the Holy Trinity of the early 1960s, we now take a leap forward again to the 2000s, as we take a closer look at the Enzo Ferrari, Mercedes-Benz McLaren SLR and Porsche Carrera GT.
In the UK it’s generally thought that if you need a large and luxurious SUV that’s as capable on a muddy moorland track as it is in the badlands of Belgravia, then the preferred choice would likely be a Range Rover. Or possibly a Toyota Landcruiser…
We look at the top five classic cars we wished were on our parents’ driveways in the 1960s, and have appreciated in value nicely over the years.
Ever dreamed of discovering a lost classic car? We spoke to eight car experts who did just that. They share their stories of memorable classic car finds.
This year, and neatly coinciding with the 20th anniversary of the original SLK class, Mercedes has launched a new version of their SLK range, and with it a facelift and an update to the long running name.