Lotus Pays Homage to F1 Glory With New Elise

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To celebrate the 60th anniversary of their first win in Formula One, Lotus have given the Elise a good dose of nostalgia with the launch of four new limited-edition versions which pay tribute to Lotus F1 glories of the past. Officially named the “Elise Classic Heritage Editions” each of the four models available gets an enhanced exterior and interior spec …

Lego Releases Fast and Furious Charger

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By Ben Selby You can now live your life a quarter mile at a time just like Dominic Toretto, be it on a much smaller scale. Lego have revealed its latest Technic creation which happens to be none other than Toretto’s supercharged 1970 Dodge Charger, star of the “The Fast and the Furious”. The 900hp Mopar Muscle Car became etched …

James Bond Tribute Mini Is Art on Wheels

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By Ben Selby When the news broke that the next instalment in the James Bond franchise, No Time to Die, would be pushed back to November this year, due to global health reasons following the Corona Virus, 007 fans everywhere were understandably upset. With David Brown Automotive, the masterminds the Reimagined Mini, as well as the Aston Martin inspired Speedback …

Ferris Bueller Ferrari Sells For Six Figures

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The Ferrari 250 GT California Spyder without doubt has to be one of the Maranello’s greatest hits. Thanks to the timeless drop top Scaglietti lines and that gorgeous V12 pulling hard at high rpm, Californias command tens millions of dollars at any auction, one of which sold at auction for $17,6 million US. For avid movie goers the Ferrari California …

Jekkyl and Hyde: The Aston Martin DB11 AMR is a Certain Future Classic

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By Ben Selby Make no mistake, the Aston Martin DB11 is already a fine car. For loping across your native country with your significant other and a boot full of luggage, it is certainly one of the finest GT cars around. However, in this writer’s opinion, there have been a couple of issues with it. Firstly, the DB11 was rather …