The New Citroen C4 Picasso

The new Citroen C4 Picasso and Grand C4 Picasso actually don’t look that bad, definitely an improvement from past editions.


Toyota GT86 Shooting Brake


The concept of the Toyota GT86 Shooting Brake comes from Toyota’s Australian design team while engineers in Japan work on creating the real thing.

The design team came up with this mostly identical concept to the main car and focused there efforts on the roof and B-pillar structure. They wanted to create something new without changing the tested engineering of the original vehicle.  The final design allows for more head space and the option to fit a roof rack.



Aston Martin Vantage GT8 – Next Level Limited

A 4.7-litre naturally-aspirated V8 developing 440bhp at 7300rpm, with 361lb ft at 5000rpm. 4.4-second 0-60mph  and a  healthy 190mph top speed. 150 cars will be produced, each for a starting price of £165,000.




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Top 10 fastest road cars 2014-2015

1. Koenigsegg Agera R


Top speed: 273mph
Price: £1.1million

2. Hennessy Venom GT


Top speed: 270mph
Price: £750,000

3. Bugatti Veyron Super Sport


Top speed: 268mph
Price: £2million



Top speed: 236mph
Price: £357,000

5. Pagani Huayra


Top speed: 225mph
Price: £1million

6. Noble M600



Top speed: 225mph
Price: £200,000

7. Ferrari LaFerrari


Top speed: 217mph
Price: £1million

8. McLaren P1


Top speed: 217mph
Price: £866,000

9. Lamborghini Aventador


Top speed: 217mph
Price: £264,005

10. Porsche 918 Spyder


Top speed: 214mph
Price: £781,115


All a combination of beauty and speed.

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The Mclaren 650s – Next Level Limited


The Mclaren 650s  – Next Level Limited 

The weight 

The 650s weighing in at just 75kg makes the MonoCell is lighter, stronger and stiffer than comparable steel or aluminium designs. This makes it safer and gives the McLaren 650S the best possible base for thrilling dynamics.

The Power 

Rev the McLaren 650S to a staggering 8500rpm and it’ll feel like a racecar as 650PS flows to the rear tyres. Yet its twin turbochargers gift it the flexibility of a luxury car, with 95% of the M838T engine’s prodigious 678Nm torque available between 3000-7000rpm.


The all-aluminium, twin-turbocharged, 3.8-litre V8 sits low in the chassis to improve the centre of gravity, giving the McLaren 650S a feeling of agility and composure that has to be experienced to be believed. Specially engineered for the McLaren 650S, it features over 1,100 crafted parts, dry-sump lubrication and a flat-plane crankshaft, and weighs just 198kg.

The Gearbox 

Accelerate towards a heady 8500rpm then pull the rocker shift paddle on the steering wheel. There’s no let-up in performance, just super-quick engagement from the seven-speed Seamless-Shift Gearbox, keeping the engine in its powerband for maximum driver engagement. The Seamless-Shift gearbox also delivers impeccable refinement at low speeds and high levels of efficiency.


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Gumball 3000 – Next Level Limited

So Gumball 3000 2016 is now underway and we’re watching it very closely and will most likely report on some of the action.  Above is a small collection of images sourced from the internet taken from the 2014 rally, these showcase some of the amazing machines people bring to the rally and most importantly they are our favorites.