David Errington tries the BMW M135i, in light of the M140i being introduced into BMW’s model range.
Badged the 718, a new generation of the Porsche Boxster calls upon the nostalgia of Porsche Motorsport. 718 is the designation that was given to the four-cylinder, mid-engine Porsche sports cars that won several races in the 1950s and 1960s.
The 718 Boxster and 718 Boxster S are priced from £41,739 and £50,695, respectively and are available to order now from your Official Porsche Centre in the UK and Ireland. First customer deliveries will be in Spring 2016.
The day started at 6am, opening the curtains of the hotel room to a Star Wars style skyline as the sun emerged from the horizon, bearing down on Jack Frost who has laid his blanket on the surrounding fields, overnight.
As I headed to my car with bags in tow, knots of excitement worked their way around my abdomen, for I knew in a few hours I would be sat behind the steering wheel of arguably the most desirable sports cars of today.
After having keyed in the post-code for my destination, the sat-nav directed me through a number of sleepy villages until I arrived at Silverstone. I approached the gates and was greeted by the security guard who gestured me to the right. After driving slowly past Hanger Straight and approaching Stowe corner, the Porsche Experience Centre Silverstone became clearly visible.
An arrangement of cars were present in the car park, covered with a thin film of frost and a few drops of frozen condensation on the glass. I lost myself for a few moments, in awe at the silent thrum of the varying capacity of flat-six engines. Continue reading “Porsche 911 GT3 RS”
Hats off to the Chef at the restaurant of Porsche Experience Centre Silverstone. The food is excellent.
A new performance version of the Audi RS 6 joins the model variant from November 2015, prices start at £86,000.
Customers will take delivery of their 597bhp RS6 Avant in February 2016.
David Errington tried the new Range Rover SDV8 Autobiography, and here is what he thought…
Precious few manufacturers are able to market a product line which has stuck to the same mission statement for the last 40+ years. In fact, only two spring immediately to mind, and both are equally iconic. One is Porsche and the 911, and the other is the Ranger Rover.
Ferrari announced the unveiling of the 488 Spider on Tuesday 28 July – the Italian high-performance sports car manufacturers most powerful mid-rear-engined V8 to date, to feature the Retractable Hard Top (RHT).