The Porsche 911 needs no introduction; for over forty-five years it has been consistently rated as the world’s best sports car with its unique rear-engined, rear-wheel drive setup. All new versions don’t come around very often so when an all new version does come along, it is worthy of a line or two.
The latest 911 model, known internally as the 991, continues Porsche’s evolutionary rather than revolutionary design process. It’s instantly recognisable as a 911 but what isn’t so noticeable Read The Rest...
This event is described as the largest motoring garden event in the world and it takes place every July in the grounds of Goodwood House, situated in East Sussex, England.
The fantastic feature of this event is the sheer number of different types of cars that are brought together, from modern Formula One cars to priceless modern Supercars, together with all the important vintage racers.
What really sets Goodwood apart is that not only are all these vehicles on display, they are Read The Rest...
The Alfa Romeo Giulietta is the new family car launched by the Italian marque last year. It comes as a resurgent Alfa Romeo bounces back buoyed by recent successes with its MiTo (its latest small car) and its halo car, the 8C Competizione supercar, a textbook exercise on how to make grown men weep at its beauty.
Alfa Romeo Giulietta
Price: From £17,500
The Giulietta is priced from c. £17,500 to £25,000, although beware, this can rise to £30,000 if you Read The Rest...