Crooks in Germany may be about to have a much harder time escaping the police, thanks to this one-off Audi RS4.
What is it? The Audi R8 has long made a name for itself as the everyday supercar. When the first generation hit the streets in 2006, critics said it wasn’t special or exciting enough to rival the likes of Porsche, with its subtle styling and an interior arguably not far off a well-specced Audi hatchback.
Yes, conventional cars are all well and good, but sometimes rare, limited-edition models just tickle our fancy a little more. Ultra-sought after and therefore a little more special than ‘regular’ models, these cars have consistently set the motoring world alight.
If you’ve never heard of Polestar before, let’s bring you quickly up to speed.
A number of desirable fast Fords are set to go under the hammer at the final Classic Car Auctions (CCA) sale of the year.
What is it? SUVs-turned-four-door-coupes are — whether you like it or loathe it — the in-thing for the new car market, and manufacturers are keen to jump on the bandwagon while the wheels are at full pelt.
Uber’s licence to operate in London has not been renewed over safety and security concerns, Transport for London (TfL) said.
Uber’s application for a new London operating licence has been refused after at least 14,000 trips were made with drivers who were not the ones shown on the app.
The popular saying ‘there’s an app for that’ has never been truer – even in the automotive world. These days, pretty much every car manufacturer offers a smartphone app that lets you control vehicle functions without being inside the car.
What is it? While the automotive industry is struggling to keep up with the rise of EVs – many scrambling to bring models to market to avoid being stung by huge environmental fines – this situation surprisingly provides a gateway for firms willing to innovate.