The Global Motorshow

The Global Motorshow

Cars, their marketing, and their genealogy.

  • If FCA kills Chrysler today

    Rumours are circulating that Sergio Marchionne could kill off Chrysler. If FCA pulls the plug, then it’s anoth...

  • Ford to stop selling cars in US and Canada, save for Mustang and Focus Active

    Ford's surprise announcement has made Wall Street happy but history suggests Ford, with its profits falling, c...

  • Wellington dealer launch for ’18 Holden Commodore

    You’ve already read about it in Lucire (at ), and if you’re in our home c...

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    The 2018 Holden Commodore, rethought

    With the Opel Insignia B’s two-litre turbo as the base engine, and a V6 developing 320 PS at the top (for now)...

  • Autocade turns 10

    Borne out of a desire to give fellow motorheads a quick reference, Autocade hit a milestone last week

  • The last American Falcon

    Americans said farewell to the Falcon 46 years before the Australians—and the last US one is among the rarest ...

  • Reposted from Drivetribe News by Jack Yan

    BMW is aiming to electrify the future

    The German carmaker unveils its bold plan for 25 new EV and hybrid models by 2025

  • Alpine is back, with the A110 Première Edition

    Come March 2018, Alpine will be truly back after an absence from showrooms of over 22 years

  • Reposted from ColumnM by Jack Yan

    1973 Aston Martin Vantage

    Unlike today, this Aston Martin Vantage is from an era when the Vantage badge used to denote the highest power...

  • Lamborghini launches Urus ‘super-SUV’ at Sant’Agata, tying it to LM002

    Lamborghini officially enters the SUV market as it launches the Urus, related to the concept shown in 2012

  • Before the Mini Metro, there was the Innocenti Mini

    We often hear people say that the original Mini outlived its successor, the Austin Mini Metro (and its derivat...

  • A glimpse into £140 million of Ferraris at the Design Museum’s exhibition

    The Design Museum has opened the doors on its exhibition commemorating 70 years of Ferrari. And what a collect...

  • Reposted from New Era Icons by Jack Yan

    This ultra-rare BMW M1 can be yours for the price of two modern day supercars

    The M-car that started it all is a thing of rarity, this low-mileage all-original example can be yours for a w...

  • Japanese international

    Mazda’s Axela, sold as the 3 for export, is a fine example of what the plucky Japanese firm can do with small ...

  • Reposted from Drivetribe News by Jack Yan

    The story of how the Porsche 911 almost became extinct

    Former Porsche boss Peter Schutz has sadly passed away aged 87; this is the story of how he saved the 911 from...

  • Better here than Wikipedia

    Big sites can have fake facts—thank goodness there are places where real car enthusiasts can go, like Drivetri...

  • Hey Charger! (But in 1976, there was an impostor.)

    I’m often fascinated by the marketing of US cars during the smog era, and financially troubled Chrysler of the...

  • Bringing it home

    I like Renaults. And I wasn’t going to let 10,000 miles and less than hospitable car dealers get in the way of...

  • Reposted from James May's Carbolics by Jack Yan

    Marques out of 10

    Can you name the manufacturer? At least one of these is a bit tricky.

  • The Design Museum commemorates Ferrari’s 70th anniversary

    It is 70 years since the Ferrari name first adorned a car, and the Design Museum honours that with a grand exh...

  • Ralph Lauren hosts a fall collection alongside his cars

    Ralph Lauren loves cars as much as he loves fashion, hosting a fall 2017 show at his private garage featuring ...

  • Honda Civic RS Turbo: a ricer it ain’t

    the Honda Civic RS Turbo is sophisticated and smart with a competent chassis, so don’t let the badge fool you ...

  • London’s City Concours to show and sell rare, collectible cars

    Some incredibly rare cars will be on display at London’s City Concours on June 8 and 9, with many for sale, in...