The Alfa Romeo Giulia Veloce sports saloon parks between the standard Giulia and the high-performance Giulia Quadrifiglio. A worthy addition to the range as it bears many of the qualities of the superb Quadrifoglio, with a lower price tag.
The new McLaren Elva Roadster is dazzlingly beautiful. This may well be the most exciting sports car of the the decade.
The SCG Boot is a modern high-performance homage to the Steve McQueen Baja Boot. It is an all-terrain platform capable of pre-running the Baja at speed, crawling through the rocks at Hammertown, and exploring the backcountry roads in between.
The Bentley Mulsanne Extended Wheelbase is an extraordinary car. It weighs 2.7 tonnes and is 5.8 metres long. Yet it actually goes from 0 to 60 mph in 4 seconds. What the hell? Well, it has a 6 litre twin-turbo V8 with 505 bhp and 752 lb.ft of torque.
We took the Porsche Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid Sport Turismo, for a blissful week of high speed luxury, and were pretty damned impressed...
Lexus is a brand synonymous with luxury automobiles.They are the luxury vehicle division of the Japanese automaker Toyota.
The Lexus brand originated in 1983 and has been making luxurious and outstanding cars ever since.
Bentley has announced that the pioneering Bentayga Hybrid – the luxury SUV sector’s first true plug-in hybrid – is now on sale in Europe.
Isuzu are the oldest Japanese commercial vehicle manufacturer. They’ve been manufacturing vehicles since 1916.
In the UK they are known for their tough, hardworking, dependable commercial vehicles, predominantly pickups.
Old Empire Motorcycles was founded in 2010 through an absolute and enduring passion for everything two-wheeled.
It’s one of the coolest and most respected custom motorcycle builders in the UK.
One of the most iconic cars from Bentley’s history – Sir Tim Birkin’s 1929 supercharged 4½-litre “Blower” – is to be reborn with a new build of 12 matching cars, each individually handcrafted by a team of specialists from Bentley’s bespoking and coachwork division, Mulliner.
Mercedes are masters at creating luxurious and stylish convertibles. They have a long and distinguished history of making beautiful and timeless convertible cars.
With increasingly stringent legislation, manufacturers are being squeezed and challenged to meet changing goals for reduced emissions and an ever more environmentally friendly footprint.
With the decline is sports bike sales, manufacturers have had to look elsewhere. They have had to find more creative ways to sell motorcycles and one of the ways has been to develop categories such as adventure and retro bikes. That's brilliant for me, I love both.
The Jaguar I-PACE SE was delivered in its own individual trailer by a very nice chap and we admired the grey and black styling together as he winched the impressive looking car onto my drive. It’s clearly not photogenic as it looks better in the flesh, much lower and sportier than you’d expect.
International Excellence Magazine chatted with Jack Lambert, Vehicle Dynamics Engineer at Jaguar Land Rover Special Vehicle Operations, about the exciting developments of the Jaguar I-Pace eTrophy and what it took to turn the production I-PACE into a street circuit racing, electric demon for the