How about THAT Charles Morgan helping you fall asleep by telling you of the glorious R107
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"I'm not looking for a new job, if that's what you mean. I'm too short, too ugly and too bald for TV, and I like the internet. It's nice here. There are cats."
XCAR reviews the third gen TT and its good. But is it worth the money?
This is wonderful...
Haven't watched it myself, but about to now!
Pretty cool - check it out:
...I had the chance when the XCAR team toddled off to Italy for a go in the Huayra. It's a long video (30 mins) and it's all in Italian (but subtitled) but it features Pagani telling his story in his own words.
It touches on his origins, his relationship with Fangio and his love affair with cars. He's a deeply, deeply…
Friends of Jaloppo XCAR Films have recently posted a video highlighting a recently-booming grassroots motorsport in the UK. Up until now we haven't really had a direct equivalent of American Autocross (our Autocross takes place on grass, if memory serves), instead having the much more complicated Autotest that…
...And it's not as snouty in the metal. Props to the XCAR team for the quick turn around on this one.
Friend to both Oppo and Jalopnik, Alex Goy, has just won the first ever Skoda Video Award at the prestigious Guild of Motoring Writers annual dinner. You've seen Alex, who is the cars editor for XCar, and the rest of his team, several times on the front page of Jalopnik. Their most recent car porn flick was the Pagani…
In a wagon? No such thing as too much. Especially when you can make the Daily Mail complain.
That was my thought when I perused my YouTube subscriptions as I ate lunch today. I've seen so much of Magnus that it was getting tiresome. I typically like XCAR, but the skinny jeans guy sometimes gets on my nerves. But I gave the video a shot and I was not thrilled.
No, but it can't be. It's good for what it is, but regulations mean that making a super light hot hatch cannot happen anymore. The 208 GTI is more of an evolution of the idea of the GTI nameplate than it is the resurrection of 205 GTI. Unfortunately, us Americans can't buy any new French cars.
We all know and love the original Ford GT40 and its successor, the GT, but did you know Ford tried to built a GT70 meant to rally? The GT70 was the first product of the Advanced Vehicle Operations, based in the UK. Unfortunately, the American bosses proved difficult to satisfy, and the car wasn't as successful in…
Is it also great to drive? Of course. Will people buy it in droves? Ja, es ist ein BMW. Read Alex Goy's full review here.
The Rage Comet R has no business being conceived of nor built in Britain. This incredible two-track monster should be more at home with Bo and Luke Duke, not with the Duke of Cambridge or any other Englishman. What is the world coming to? And yet here it is bedecked in the Union Jack, not the Stars and Bars of Civil…
Ford of UK's secret shed, of course!