This is the fastest production Bentley ever built, the new Continental GT Speed. It's also emphatically, unequivocally and massively faster than the last fastest production Bentley ever built, the old Continental GT Speed. By a full... one km/h.
Jaguar has taken the opportunity of the upcoming Geneva Motor Show to debut its latest creation: a 542bhp supercharged estate car. Internet, meet the Jaguar XFR-S Sportbrake.
No, ‘Intrado' is not the name of an invasive and painful medical procedure, but the name of the underside of an aircraft's wing; specifically, the area that creates lift. It's also now the name of Hyundai's new concept.
This is the brand new Citroen C1, the replacement for the, um, Citroen C1, and the second in the Peugeot 108/Citroen C1/Toyota Aygo small car trilogy. And doesn't it look cute?
It's not easy being a mid-size family hatch. One minute you're the shiny new kid on the block, next minute you've been knocked off the front pages by a glut of younger, techier rivals.
Volvo has some history with estates. The Amazon was the original; the first car fitted with three-point seatbelts, and one that featured a split hatch booth and hinged number plate. The 850 Tourer showed us that touring cars can be so cool (you're welcome, Honda).
This is a street-legal replica of the Batmobile used in Christopher Nolan's Dark Knight trilogy. It costs $1 million, which is around £600k in real money, and is therefore more expensive than a pair of Lamborghini Aventadors.