London Motor Show
Revived British sports car brand TVR used this week's 2016 London Motor Show for its first official appearance. At the show, which itself is enjoying its own revival this year, TVR presented a cloaked version of a new sports car due in 2017. The car will be a front-engined GT powered by a Cosworth-enhanced version of the 5.0-liter V-8 fitted to the Ford Motor Company [NYSE:F] Mustang GT. TVR says it’s saving the reveal for those customers who already placed deposits for the car sight unseen, but the company did grace us with this tape art teaser that shows a clear link with previous TVR...
England Revives The London Motor Show For 2016
Fire up the double-decker buses! Wipe off the taxis! Wake up the Queen! The London Motor Show is back. What was formally known as the British International Motor Show is being revived and it will light up London in 2016. This auto show ran for many years before it buggered off for good in 2008...Jeff Glucker
2010 British Motor Show Gets Canceled
The British International Motor Show (BIMS) is one of the oldest events of its type in the world, with the first show taking place at London’s Crystal Palace all the way back in 1903. Unfortunately, even an event as established as the BIMS has fallen prey to the global economic, with...Kenneth Hall
Aspid Sports Car Revealed At British Motor Show
With a design that combines modern tastes, an enclosed cockpit and composite materials with a classic Lotus Seven-style semi-open-wheeled layout, the IFR Aspid Sports Car looks both thoroughly modern and quintessentially British, though it is in fact developed in Spain by IFR and Ignacio...Nelson Ireson
2008 Opel Insignia revealed
Official images and details of Opel’s all-new Insignia sedan have finally been revealed and as predicted the car picks up a number of design cues from last year’s Opel GTC concept. There’s a lot of significance riding on this model because this is the car that will be sold in the...Viknesh Vijayenthiran
Barabus unveils 1,000-hp supercar
Just when you thought the horsepower race was starting to settle, along comes another 1,000-horsepower supercar. In this case it’s from the tiny automaker Barabus Sports Car of the United Kingdom. Finally unveiled at an auto show in the U.K. after a 10-year gestation, the 6.0-liter...James Martinez
No British auto show is truly complete without the presence of the McLaren F1, in this case the LM version. Even though it’s now more than a decade old, the F1 LM is still held in high regard among the supercar arena. The LM is the fastest F1, thanks to its extra-spicy BMW V-12 which delivers a full 680 horsepower and weighing some 60 kilograms less than the regular F1. This car is basically a road going version of the 1995 F1 GTR that won the 24 Hours of Le Mans endurance race, with some minor mods to make it street legal. Being one of only five LMs in existence, the British auto show...