Since the emergence of life on earth, the history of our planet has been characterised by a ravenous appetite for destruction; evolution - survival, in its barest essence - requires the brutal annihilation of anything that hasn't been borne of strength, will or determination.
If you're planning a stag/hen do in Southend_on_Sea and are at the crucial stage of booking the pink Hummer limo, hold your horses. There's a new car potentially on the horizon and it could make your trip to Vodka Revs one to remember.
Earlier this week we drove the new G 63 AMG (again), and now we'll have to drive another one. Why? Because, unbelievably, Mercedes have made it even cooler. How? By adding more wheels and axles and making it Armageddon-proof.
They made it go round corners. They raced it at Le Mans. They even let us build a replica. But now, the DeltaWing team's given it a striking new hat...
The new Sylphy boasts an all-new design, well, we think it resembles a down-sized Altima, which is not bad actually. Most importantly, it has been given one of the largest interior volumes in its class, along with increased rear seat legroom and enhanced trunk capacity.
The flagship of the Maserati product range, the Quattroporte is larger, lighter, more luxurious and more practical than the globally acclaimed car it replaces. With a 307km/h top speed, it’s also as fast as most two-door supercars.
It's midday in Geneva, and Ferrari chairman Luca di Montezemolo has just pulled the covers off Ferrari's monumentally long-awaited new hypercar to reveal... the Ferrari LaFerrari.
Few car companies wear their history like McLaren. Founded by a Kiwi who arrived in the UK in 1958 on a driving scholarship, in 1963 he put his name on the back of a sportscar and started a legend; a legend that celebrates its 50th anniversary this year.