The curious story of Allante – the ill-fated car that had already covered thousands of miles before Cadillac finished building it.
About Richard Bremner
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Entries by Richard Bremner
How Ford caused huge controversy with what should have been a simple facelift. We tell the story of the 1994-1998 Scorpio.
The Beetle bugged Volkswagen for decades
As the future of Chrysler is revealed in Italy, we look back to our 2015 piece on its last big retrenchment from the UK market…
Fiat withdrew the Croma from the UK just two years after its 2005 launch. Richard Bremner investigates…
Cast your mind back to the 1990s. Just when we were thinking that every new saloon was as tedious as a rush-hour queue, along came the Alfa Romeo 156 and made us all think again. In motor industry-speak a saloon is a three-box car – the bonnet is one box, the passenger compartment another and […]
At its peak, just 40,000 ADO17s were sold a year – miserably short of its predicted 200,000
Lotus only sold 458 of its Elise-based Europa during its four years on sale
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
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