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Here's Why We Need To Be Ready To Fight Road Pricing

Roads pricing, like the idea we reported on earlier this week, wouldn't end well for the car enthusiast. Here's just a few of the reasons why we have no faith in the idea at all - and why you shouldn't either

7 Things I Learned After Living With A Mk7.5 Golf GTI For Two Months

After around 2000 miles and two months of 'ownership', we're taking a look back at the good and bad points of living with a facelifted Golf GTI

The Ford Mustang Is A Safer Car Than The Euro NCAP Results Suggest

Ford's additions to the Mustang's spec sheet have won the car an extra star on its safety rating, but without a new full crash test, Euro NCAP could be selling the Mustang short

7 Memorable Moments From This Year's Gumball 3000

As Gumball 3000: Riga to Mykonos draws to a close, we're taking a look at the rally's best moments

Is Racing Priceless Old Cars Up Tricky Hill Climbs An Acceptable Risk?

After a Ford RS200 driven by a long-standing professional bit the dust at this year's Goodwood Festival of Speed this week, we starting asking ourselves whether this sort of thing is a risk we can live with

Here's Where Volvo's Name And Logo Came From

We always try to bring you the most interesting car content, but today we're bringing you education as well, if you please. Swedish car maker Volvo has a very different type of origin story to most car makers

How This 1.4 Skoda Kodiaq Became Our Best Friend On A 2000 Mile Ferrari Road Trip

We recently embarked on an epic road trip to take a Ferrari 488 GTB from London to Maranello via the Stelvio Pass. This little-engined Skoda SUV would prove to be our reliable work horse, and it instantly became our best mate

The Porsche GT2 RS Reveal At E3 Could Forever Change The Way Performance Cars Are Marketed

Choosing to unveil such an important new flagship car at a gaming event instead of a car show is a bold move that reflects an irrevocable acknowledgement of how important gamers are to performance car makers

Here's A Side-By-Side Comparison Of The Streets Of New York From The 1930s And Today

The New Yorker has put together a fascinating video that gives a side-by-side comparison of the roads of New York City from the 1930s and now

We Know We Should Give Up On A Proper Subaru BRZ STI, But We Can't Do It

After the latest round of have-they-haven't-they ended with the perennial 'haven't', we acknowledge that it's time to admit that a BRZ STI will never happen, but we can't seem to let the dream go...

10 Awesome Rides Added To The Car Throttle Garage Last Month

Our monthly round-up of the best additions to the Car Throttle Garage has delivered once again with some awesome rides owned by CTzens!

A Rotary Engine For The 2020s Could End The Scene As We Know It

When we thought rotary engines had gone forever, it was easy to almost deify Mazda's divisive but much-loved RX-7 and RX-8, but now that the technology could realistically return in a very different way, the waters could be muddied

Chris Harris On The New Porsche Boxster's Unfavourable "Personality Transplant"

In an episode of Chris Harris Drives, the man gives his thoughts on the new 718 Boxster and its downsized powerplant

What's The Obsession With Brown Cars?

I'm probably setting myself up for a keyboard backlash here, but I just don't get the resurgence of brown cars we seem to be experiencing right now