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Detroit Electric SP:01 sports car final design revealed


Battery-powered sports cars can be as exciting as petrol-powered machines. That’s the message from Detroit Electric, a historic American car company...
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News: Lotus cuts 325 jobs as it restructures company


Lotus has announced that it is making up to 325 workers, around a quarter of its workforce, redundant. The company said the job losses were part of...
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Interview: Bruno Senna on Jaguar D-types, Formula E...


Senna: no, not that one ‒ his nephew, Bruno. That’s what life for the 30-year-old former F1 driver has been like
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If footballers were cars: meet England's World Cup...


We present our World Cup England Motors squad, arranged in manager Roy Hodgson’s opening 4-2-3-1 formation
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News: Lamborghini donates £186,000 Huracan to Italian...


The supercar maker has donated an example of its newest model, capable of overhauling even the most determined getaway driver, to the Italian police.
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Top 10 slowest-depreciating convertibles


British-built convertibles are now so highly regarded that some of them hold their value better than any other make save one model made by Porsche...
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Lotus Elise review (2001 on)


When the original Elise appeared in 1996, it redefined the sports car genre. It is the enthusiast driver's dream car thanks to its light weight, delicious...
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Lotus Evora Mk 1 review (2010-on)


If you love driving and the sensory thrills of sports cars, the Evora must be on your shortlist, whether fantasy or real
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Car clinic: Dealing with old tyres, retro-fitting automatic...


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First drive review: Lotus Exige S roadster (2013)


It might be a few takeovers from its origins, its body panels might be formed in France and its engines shipped to Norfolk from the factories of Toyota.