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Let’s get one thing out of the way, the 2020 Chevrolet Corvette is good, really good. The radical new 2020 car looks and drives like a supercar and is in all honesty, a performance bargain.

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Corvette C8 2020As they say, out with the old and in with the new. But every now and again, ‘new’ is a total reinvention. Here is one of America’s most iconic sports cars, reimagined, reinvented & restyled – the Corvette C8. Just some of the differences from its predecessor, the C7, include its alloy wheels, air intakes, and other styling cues.

But let’s forget about its predecessor [...]

2020 Shelby GT500 Speed
Loaded with race-proven Ford Performance technology, enhanced aerodynamics, and huge amounts of power; at the wheel you’d be putting 760 horsepower to the ground.
  • Prices: Starting at £120,000
  • Where you can buy it: Clive Sutton Ltd, London.
  • When you can buy it: Now available!
  • How you can buy it: Selection of cars will be listed here


Step back to 1967 when one of the first, most significant redesigns of the Ford Mustang took place, back when Carroll Shelby launches the original and revolutionary Shelby GT500. Shelby had taken the concept of a Ford Mustang and transformed it into the aggressive race-ready-looking grand touring muscle car we know today. He was an artist, and arguably a genius, too.

Those badass looks made the GT500 the ultimate Mustang – capable yet civilised enough to be driven daily. Word spread like wildfire about the latest and greatest Shelby car, and soon, ownership was coveted by [...]

The 2018 Geneva Motor Show is over. It was packed with electric cars, a number of SUVs and extreme supercars. We have already shared photos from the show, and you can also view them at the end of this article. It is no wonder that 2018 was the year of electric cars coming of age. No longer can Tesla own this space exclusively as full electric power becomes a mainstream niche!

Also, we can’t ignore the plug-in hybrids. Audi, Jaguar, Hyundai, Volkswagen, Porsche and Ssangyong all featured their electric and plug-in hybrid cars this year.

One of the most eye-catching electric car was the Porsche Mission E Cross Turismo concept. Even though Porsche recently stated that the 911 would not house a full electric drive train, we can see what they can do with the rest of the range.

The Bugatti Chiron was the most powerful car in the show, and Bugatti revealed a new [...]

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