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Big changes were made to the 911 line-up in 1972. Three models were introduced, the T, E and S, with the S being the fastest, producing 210hp, thus demanding a higher list price. New features included .....

From the years 1931 to 1998 Rolls Royce had ownership of Bentley. From Rolls’ acquisition in 1931 to 1939, Bentleys were built in Rolls’ Derby factory, thus nick-named the ‘Derby Bentleys’. During .....

For 10 years Lamborghini’s flagship supercar was the Murcielago. It underwent a few design refreshes and birthed a small selection of specialised versions such as the SV and the 30th Anniversary edition. .....

There is no car like a Morgan. Every model harks back to 1930s designs and captures the vintage elegance of pre-war classics, combined with modern-day finesse and convenience. The Aero 8 is a perfect .....

The original W113 280 SL started production in 1967 after its launch at the 1963 Geneva Motor Show and production ran until February 1971. It was more commonly named the ‘Pagoda’, a nickname that .....

The Dino 246 GT was a development of the original 206 GT, where it was given a larger V6 engine, from 2L to 2.4L. It looked visually similar, but the wheelbase was extended by 60mm, which required a longer .....

Whilst the Porsche 911 design has been around for decades, the model range couldn’t be more varied. From the base 911 Carrera are an assortment of models until you get to the ultimate GT2 RS. Porsche’s .....

There is no bigger praise for any car than to be a named part of a ‘holy trinity’ of cars. The 918 Spyder, the final piece of the trinity threesome, was Porsche’s answer to the new breed of hybrid .....