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Rezvani Beast Unveiled

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Rezvani Beast

A new California based company have revealed their new sports car – the Rezvani Beast based on the British Ariel Atom – a stripped back track demon.

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Ariel Atom 3.5R Introduced

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Ariel Atom 3.5R

A new version of the infamous British track-focused roadster has been revealed. The Ariel Atom 3.5R features updated suspension, gearbox and styling. The refinements keep the Atom at the pole position of hardcore track day ready sports cars.

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Is the Trident Magna already too late?

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Trident Magna Roadster

Launch of the Trident Magna Roadster raises the question once again of whether it is viable to start a small sports car company when buyers are so accustomed to digital-age levels of safety, reliability equipment levels and build quality.

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Vauxhall Cascada Convertible unvieled

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Opel Cascada

Vauxhall the British arm of General Motors has launched its new full-sized four-seat convertible car that we were teased with a month ago. The fabric roofed Vauxhall Cascada is targeting the premium market, an area which the brand hasn’t entered into since the 1930s.

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Vauxhall Cascada Revealed

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Vauxhall Cascada

GM have released the first official news of an upcoming mid-sized convertible car which has been designed and built in-house by British brand Vauxhall. Named the Vauxhall Cacada it is being developed as a unique car apart from the Astra GTC coupe which appears to form its base.

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Trident Iceni Grand Tourer

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Trident Iceni

The story of the Trident Iceni is one of highs and lows (mostly lows) over the last decade and yet it is soon to be displayed as a production car at one of the worlds most prestigious auto shows.

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TVR resurrected

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TVR Tuscan

TVR the eccentric British sports car brand is back in business after a 4 year gap when the Blackpool factory was shut down due to poor sales and high overheads. The company is now based out of Vienna, Austria.

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It’s official the Scots love the VW Golf Cabrio

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VW Golf Cabrio

VW clock up their first award for the new Golf Cabriolet with a win in the Open-Top Cars category of the Scottish Car of the Year. The judges singled out the VW Golf Cabrio for its combination of good handling, economy and practicality.

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