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As the big American auto makers battled US consumer desire for smaller, more fuel-efficient vehicles in the 1960s, Oldsmobile figured out a way to keep its V8s: turbocharging
The S2000 may be famous for its high-revving inline-four engine, but the 'SSM' concept that spawned it had an extra cylinder under the bonnet...
The Ford Mondeo ST250 Eco was the Blue Oval's attempt at making a 'green' performance car, but it never went into production
This brilliantly mad, Vauxhall-based homologation special had enough pace to worry Ferraris of its day
The Pulsar NX/EXA had an unusual 'modular' design allowing one car to have multiple body styles, but the setup wasn't without its flaws
A forgotten piece of BMW history is this peculiar E38 7-series, which was stretched from the factory
This concept version of the FD2 Type R took the already very focused Type RR and turned up the volume even more
One of the lesser known bits of the Subaru Impreza's history, the Gravel Express is a true lifestyle machine that makes modern crossovers look lame
After failing in WRC with the disastrous BX 4TC, Citroen wanted to rid itself of the aftersales burden of the road-going version...
The MG EX-E promised to be fast, pretty and stuffed with technology, but it never progressed from the concept stage
If not for a massive outcry from loyal enthusiasts, the front-wheel-drive coupe we know today as the Ford Probe could have become the fourth-generation Mustang
Forget the rubbish on TV tonight and check out this beautiful documentary charting the incredible story of the only two race-spec Bugatti EB110s ever made
As the Lotus leadership changes shape again, we take a look back at the most surprising, dramatic and ultimately doomed concept car in recent memory
This Volvo coupe was intended to be a sportier alternative to the 262 C, but it never made it past the prototype stage