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If asked to make a list of classic sports car brands, you’d probably include Aston Martin, Jaguar, Ferrari and maybe Morgan.
A decade ago, Kia changed from a purveyor of cheap and cheerful runarounds to a maker of some very competitive cars indeed.
An insight into the key figures behind Knockhill ahead of the Fife racing circuit hosting another BTCC round
Motorsport is now a tough business with big budgets and expectations to match.
As the clouds cleared bright and early on Sunday morning, Brodie Castle near Forres was a hub of activity as classic cars and bikes from around the north-east gathered to take part in the annual Historic Wheels Rally.
Under the stewardship of Scottish design guru Ian Callum, Jaguar has changed itself from a producer of elegant but old-mannish saloons into one of the most exciting car makers in the world.
Stylish, powerful and practical, the brand new Audi A7 looks incredibly sumptuous from the outside and when you open the doors, you’re met with a luxurious interior packed full of high spec gadgets and technology leaving you with the WOW factor.
Car connoisseurs are being asked to help an Aberdeen charity unravel the history of its newly-purchased mystery machine.
Legendary bike-maker Harley-Davidson has revealed plans to launch an electric motorcycle next year along with a host of radical new models.
The Peugeot 3008 SUV should have a built-in trophy cabinet for all the international awards it has won.
Usually visitors flock to Drum Castle in Aberdeenshire to visit the Jacobean mansion, but last weekend the 13th Century house took a back seat as countless numbers of classic Jaguars lined up on the lawn.
There was something about MGs that captured Mike Robinson’s imagination as a teenager. He told Philippa Gerrard how he finally came to own the car he had dreamed of for 50 years.
Mitsubishi likes to see its Shogun as the original large 4x4, an SUV tough enough to venture where others feared to tread, yet offering the interior luxury of a high-end saloon.
A stylish 1962 Jaguar E-Type found gathering dust in a Scottish barn after more than 35 years has fetched £77,000 at auction.
Thousands of motoring enthusiasts enjoyed a trip back in time this weekend as scores of classic cars arrived in the north-east.
Alan Wallace has been a regular at motorsport and classic car events all over Britain for the last 30 years but, when it came to showing off his own motors, he preferred to take a back seat.
The Karoq is a replacement for Skoda’s dear, departed Yeti.
I told a female friend I’d been driving the new Dacia Duster. “The what?” she said. “I wouldn’t want anything named after a piece of domestic equipment. That’s as bad as the Ford Fridge, the Volvo Vacuum, the Mercedes Mop or the Bentley Brush.”
With stylised tail fins, chrome bumpers and ridiculous dimensions, when you imagine a Cadillac – this is it.
A wave of nostalgia swept over Alford on Sunday when a fleet of historic buses were on display in the sunshine.
We might be getting better at recycling paper and plastic, but what about that ton and a half of metal on your driveway?
An elusive Jaguar which has been in hibernation for decades has suddenly roared out of the darkness from a barn in Moray.
A north-east charity can open its first cafe to help get people into employment after raising thousands of pounds at a specialist auction.
Okay, stop us if you’ve heard this one before.
A stickler for tradition, Alistair Reid likes nothing more than to see old classic motors restored to their original glory. He told Philippa Gerrard about his most recent project.
If gleaming motors fresh off the factory floor are more your thing, then look away now.
Hot Hatches weren’t always about power.
Hundreds of pieces of rare automotive memorabilia are being sent under the hammer to help a north-east charity open its first cafe.
For a car that’s been so successful, the modern-day MINI seems to have nevertheless disgruntled quite a few people.
Classic and vintage cars descended upon Loch Ness last Saturday, June 9, with entries from as far afield as the Central Belt.