A limited run of up to 150 re-engineered V8-powered versions of the Land Rover Defender has been announced, celebrating the marque’s 70th anniversary.
After an 81-year hiatus, London’s Olympia is once again to stage a Motor Show as Grand Auto is confirmed as taking place from 5-8 July 2018 at the Kensington venue.
Following a successful inaugural event this summer, City Concours – described as a ‘unique and world-class automotive garden party’ – is to return in 2018 to the historic gardens of the Honourable Artillery Company in Central London.
Ten days of celebrations for the sixtieth birthday of the iconic Fiat 500 – have drawn to a close.
A 1926 Bugatti Type 37 worth £600,000 and a pre-production 575MM Ferrari worth £200,000 will be going under the hammer at Coys Summer auctions at Blenheim palace and Fontwell House.
21 Jaguars, 16 BMWs and 11 Porsches will form part of a 160-strong classic car lot set be offered at one the biggest auctions of the year - the Classic Car Auctions June Sale.
The Lotus Carlton has been named as the nation’s favourite performance Vauxhall ahead of the Calibra coupe in second place and the Astra VXR completing the top three.
At the Concorso d’Eleganza, on the shores of Lake Como in Italy, BMW will reveal a Concept 8 Series.
Finance specialist JBR Capital has identified five modern classic cars it believes to be among the best-performing investment opportunities available in the UK.
Tyre giant Bridgestone has worked with Jaguar to develop a set of bespoke tyres for the legendary XJ220.
The brand new City Concours kicks off in a month’s time, bringing together more than 100 supercars and classics cars as well as a host of luxury brands to the UK’s capital.
Lamborghini’s heritage and restoration department - PoloStorico - is displaying its second full restoration project, the Miura P400 SV.
Classic motor racing festival - Silverstone Classic - aims to bring together more than 50 examples of Jaguar’s legendary XJ220 for a record-breaking display.
The annual Vauxhall Art Car Boot Fair returns to London this summer - and for 2017 it's being held in Vauxhall, the birthplace of the British car brand.
On March 12 1947, Enzo Ferrari fired up his 125 S, the first car to bear his name. Now, exactly 70 years later, Ferrari has launched its official celebrations for the milestone anniversary.
Abarth is turning the rallying clock back more than five decades at this year’s London Classic Car Show.
A 1980 MGB GT with just 1,500 miles on the clock is to go under the hammer at Classic Car Auctions' biggest sale to date.
British Motor Heritage (BMH) has confirmed the production of a full replacement shell for the MK1 Mini - the Holy Grail for enthusiasts.
Lamborghini’s heritage division, PoloStorico, has revealed a fully restored 350 GT at Salon Rétromobile 2017 in Paris.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) Heritage division will be present at the Salon Rétromobile in Paris.