The curious story of Allante – the ill-fated car that had already covered thousands of miles before Cadillac finished building it.
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How Ford caused huge controversy with what should have been a simple facelift. We tell the story of the 1994-1998 Scorpio.
Take a family hatchback. Add a boot. Result: a Great Motoring Disaster
How SEAT unintentionally put the boot into the Toledo, destroying its sales in the process
A Fiat that failed to steal a march on the competition
Even with a golden opportunity, greedy MG Rover still managed to snatch defeat from the fingertips of victory
The Sinclair C5 came in a cardboard box delivered to your door, it was built in a Hoover washing machine factory and it was narrow enough to drive down your hallway. Which many concluded was the best place for it.
Think of revolutionary, post-WW2 cars from Britain, and one small thought immediately comes to mind – the 1959 Mini. But 12 years before the country’s most famous car was launched came another quietly brilliant, rule-bending machine. Like the Mini, that car would win silverware in the Monte Carlo rally, it would demonstrate that fast, family […]
It promised to be a revolution of propulsion and design for a newly-adventurous GM. But today it looks like an irrelevant, expensive revolution.
An advanced aluminium body structure. A slippery silhouette to cheat the wind. A drop-down front service hatch. It sounded like the sportscar of tomorrow.