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It is very easy to adopt a ‘fallen from grace’ attitude, when writing about Subaru, explains Iain Robertson, who believes that the brand does not warrant a ‘non-entity’ status, due to its high safety, important small details and vastly improved quality.
While it is easy to regard Fiat as stuck in a 500 rut, Iain Robertson reiterates that the company has always been Europe’s ‘small car specialist’ and there are none that come more adorable than the 500, especially in more focussed 595 guises.
The all-new Toyota GR Supra is the fifth generation of Toyota’s legendary sports car and the first global GR model from Toyota Gazoo Racing, reports Iain Robertson on the new Toyota that almost never was and is already sold out for 2019.
Whatever diet BMW is on at present, it is sure to send Mini fans scurrying to the latest John Cooper Works variants to discover their headlining figures, which Iain Robertson suggests are now pegged at super-hot-hatch levels.
Jaguar Classic has completed a bespoke Jaguar XK120 sports car restoration, reports Iain Robertson, that was commissioned by renowned British male model and life-long brand enthusiast, David Gandy, which will have a competition future.
Recalling his past knowledge of Citroen concept cars, Iain Robertson believes that the French carmaker has excelled itself with its celebratory one-off model, which is designed to preface what could lie in the company’s future transport proposition.
Not being an ‘art expert’, Iain Robertson harbours his own views about a special run of ‘snaps’ taken by renowned British photographer, Rankin, whose middle-name used singularly is intended to grant John R Waddell an especially elevated status.
Market and fiscal demands are directing PSA-owned Vauxhall into electrification, reports Iain Robertson, and its latest plug-in Grandland model packs in the technology, with some unusually high-performance purpose.
If there is one aspect of Ford Motor Company that can be regarded as a ‘failsafe’, writes Iain Robertson, it is its firm grip of the compact car segment and the latest, ‘everyman’ version of its popular Focus model shows that it retains some traction.
News from Volkswagen is that it is gearing-up for a predominantly EV future at the moment, writes Iain Robertson, with a comprehensively revised factory and the promise of its first, purpose-built, battery-electric hatchback by this December.
At the annual Speed Days of the Baikal Ice Motor Sports Festival 2019, held in Russia, highlights Iain Robertson, the Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk has set the speed record for SUVs driven on frozen water.
Throwing down the gauntlet in setting the first-ever SUV production car lap records around three of the UK’s best known race tracks, reports Iain Robertson, it would be fair to suggest that the Italian firm wants to show you its ‘Cuore Sportivo’.
A South Wales-based tuning company is to launch a new van to sit alongside its Ford QVM-approved Transit Custom Conversion, writes Iain Robertson, and it looks like a real ‘bobby-dazzler’ by any reckoning, with a truly fine pedigree.
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