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Yes we know that it’s the Lancia Delta but it’s been brought into Ireland as the Chrysler Delta so we let Bob loose with it over Christmas. See what he thought of it here.

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Following yesterday’s revealing scoops, the time for GM to pull the wraps off the new Insignia Grand Sport has come, with Vauxhall being the first brand to do so.

The new Opel / Vauxhall Insignia Grand Sport is based on a new modular platform which allowed not only for athletic proportions but also for a more spacious cabin and class-leading aerodynamics with a Cd figure of 0.26.

The new underpinnings also brought significant weight savings of up to 175kg (385lbs) with the body-in-white being 60kg (132lbs) lighter on its own. The roofline is now lower by 29mm with the tracks being wider by 11mm. The wheelbase is now longer by 92mm, with the overhangs reduced significantly.

As for the design, it’s pretty obvious that Opel wanted to bring as many elements of the Monza concept to production as they could. “Its design combines flowing lines and subtle surfaces with crisp, precise lines to exaggerate its dramatic proportions: it looks longer, lower and wider than it actually is, and it definitely looks upscale”, said Brit Mark Adams, Opel Vice President Design Europe. “Every design feature conveys technical know-how and the utmost precision. The new Insignia Grand Sport is an excellent value proposition with the aura of a car from the premium, upper class.”

Under the elegant bodywork, there’s a wide range of the latest technologies that aim to make the new Insignia Grand Sport not only safer but more comfortable as well; Opel has given their new model features like a new gen of their IntelliLux LED matrix lighting, Lane Keep Assist, Head-up Display and unique AGR-certified premium seats, front- and rear-seat heating and a heated windshield among others.

No official word yet on the powertrains though, with Vauxhall only announcing a wide range of turbocharged engines and transmissions when it is officially launched next year with a new eight-speed automatic gearbox to offer ‘class-leading’ shift quality. Range-topping models at launch are expected to use a 247hp 2.0-litre turbo petrol, at least until the OPC/VXR version arrives.

Also new is the intelligent all-wheel drive system, which features two electrically controlled multi-plate clutches that replace the rear axle differential, enabling for the first time the torque vectoring feature. The revised FlexRide chassis offers three driving modes: Standard, Sport and Tour with a new Drive Mode Control option to adapt the car continuously to the driving style by analyzing the information provided by the sensors and settings of the car.

Opel is going to reveal in full the new Insignia Grand Sport at the Geneva Motor Show this March, with Buick bringing it to the US under the Regal nameplate with a four-door saloon body as a MY2018 and GM also to offer it as the new Holden Commodore down under.
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Believe it or not, this is the new Jaguar XF. It may look like the previous model, as Jaguar seem to be borrowing Audi’s idea of uniformity in design, but noticeable changes have been made if you know where to look. For example the new XF now weighs 190kg less than the previous model thanks to an aluminium body. The previous model also did well to drive buyers towards the British manufacturer and away from German rivals such as the Mercedes E-Class, or Audi A6. So, has the latest update been a successful one? Get all my thoughts now in this 4k review.

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The Lincoln MKC is the latest salvo in Lincoln’s war on mediocrity. Though it shares its underpinnings with the Ford Escape, the MKC looks and feels more substantial, and its interior amenities leave little to be desired.

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Citroen’s C3 supermini lays claim to being one of the most comfortable cars in its class. With a well constructed interior, plus a practical boot, it offers plenty of space for driver and passengers. Couple that with the smooth ride, and refined engines, and the C3 adds up to a capable rival to the likes of the Mazda 2 and Renault Clio. The C3 is in its element around town, thanks to good visibility, and accurate steering. Nearly all C3 models feature a panoramic windscreen that distinguishes the car from its rivals. Several engine options are offered by Citroen though the best value is had in the middle of the range with either 1.4-litre petrol or HDi turbodiesel options.

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The BMW 7 Series is a technological powerhouse, with more gadgets and gizmos than an international space station. Ok, that may be an exaggeration but, the BMW 7 Series launches the luxury saloon into the unknown, proudly going where no saloon has gone before with a key fob that allows remote-control parking. However, does this mean the 7 Series is all show and no go? Is all that tech actually useful? Is the Mercedes S-Class, which traditionally outsells the 7 Series, still a more luxury and smooth ride? How about other rivals such as the Audi A8 or Jaguar XJ? Find out what I thought of this luxury spaceship, I mean saloon in this in-depth video review.

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The Morris Minor is one of the most recognisable cars of all time, which is hardly surprising given that it was designed by the same man who penned the Mini.

But for Alec Issignosis, the Minor was a pet project, a way to get noticed rather than work to a commercial brief. How much influence the Minor had on the Mini, we don’t fully know.

What we do know, though is that the Minor uses a similar A Series engine, and has about as much charm as Issignosis’ little front wheel drive wonder.

In this film, produced for classic motoring channel, www.classicsdriven.co.uk, motoring presenter Paul Woodford explores the substance behind the charm with this “parts bin car”.

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With such strong entries into what is arguably one of the most competitive automotive segments in world, Audi looks to up its game with a completely re-engineered A4 for 2017. Although it may not look completely new at a glance, closer inspection will reveal an all-new chassis, improved powertrain, and one of the most tech-laden cabins in the industry. Those of you in the market for an incredibly well rounded luxury sport sedan should put one at the top of your list.

With the new Audi Q2, Audi wants to develop a brand new vehicle segment. The Audi Q2 is similar to the Audi Q3 compact SUV but smaller. It shares its base with the new Seat Ateca but is a very different car. The exterior of the Audi Q2 is rather sporty, especially at the roofline. Although it is one of Audi’s Q-series it isn’t really designed to go off-road, so what is the Audi Q2 exactly and what does it do? Source: http://autovideoreview.com

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Less weight = quicker acceleration, more grip, shorter braking, and faster lap times. That’s the philosophy Colin Chapman obeyed when he founded Lotus Cars in 1952 to build both race and road cars. Even though the Exige S 240 began production a quarter of a century after Chapman’s passing, the embodiment of “lighter is better” is still evident in every aspect of its design.

This review features Pieter’s 2008 Persian Blue S 240, which takes performance to a new level with its Blade300 kit and elevates its power-to-weight ratio past that of the R35 GTR! Fun section starts at 5:40.

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Known for its stripped back, utilitarian appeal, the Dacia Duster is popular with those who want a practical, capable and affordable SUV.

Although the Duster is very basic inside, its affordability has earned it a place on many driveways around the world. But what’s it like as a whole package?

We take the Duster out on the road to see what the cheap as chips Dacia Duster is capable of.

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Audi has decided to create a whole new vehicle segment with the new Q2. The Audi Q2 is similar in style to the Q3 but much more compact; a smaller SUV. The Q2 shares its base with the new Seat Ateca, which in turn was built as a rival for the VW Tiguan. The exterior of the Audi Q2 is rather sporty, especially at the roofline. Although it is one of Audi’s Q-series, it isn’t primarily designed as an off-roader, so what exactly is the Q2 and what should you do with it? Source: http://autovideoreview.com

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The 2015 Lotus Elise S Club Racer is currently the fastest and most powerful Elise you can buy in Australia, and it’s purpose built for the track, which is where we’re heading today… we’ve just go to get through the city first.

The Lotus Elise is famous for its agility and supercar-rivalling performance. Unfortunately, it’s also notoriously difficult to get in to.

Now, you’ve got to swing one leg in first, then your bum, then your other leg. Let’s see how this goes… Well that wasn’t too bad actually.

Inside, well, ‘basic’ is putting it lightly (pardon the pun). There’s lots of hard, scratchy plastic surfaces, a four-speaker Alpine stereo, there’s no glove box and there’s not really an ideal place to put your phone.

There is a plastic cut-out and a cargo net behind the seats but frankly, there’s not a lot going on in here. But it’s a Lotus, and that’s kind of the whole point.

On the driver’s right-hand side sitting right next to their knee, the key still sits in an ignition barrel, even though now, there’s an engine start button.

First launched back in 1996, the Lotus Elise has long been respected as a brilliant bit of kit – on track that is. On the road, things are less positive.

It’s stiff, bumpy and very loud in here. Vision out isn’t great and it feels properly small on the road – even city cars feel like SUVs when you’re driving this thing.

The seat is hard and mostly uncomfortable and the only thing heavier than the clutch is the unassisted steering, particularly at low speeds. I just hope we have a bit more fun on the track…

Oh thank god, we are here.

Now, rather than putting a big engine into a heavy chassis, the clever Brits at Lotus have always followed the ideology of ‘adding lightness’. That means back here, there’s a 1.8-litre four-cylinder Toyota engine. Supercharged for good measure, it puts out 162kW and 250Nm. There’s also room back there for 112 litres of storage space.

All that power gets sent straight to the rear wheels via a ‘proper’ six-speed manual transmission.

Now, let’s get out there…

Now, the Lotus Elise has always been a pommy kit car offering supercar performance for less than supercar coin. And while $84,990 is still a fair amount of buck, it is hard to argue with this sort of bang.

The little Lotus will do 0-100km/h in 4.6 seconds and pretty much anything else you ask it to do.

It is so sharp and so responsive. The engine’s punchy and picks up. You can hear the supercharger doing its thing in the back as well.

There’s loads of grip, but its still got enough power that you can just have a little bit of fun, get a little bit of angle if you want it, which is always a good thing.

It’s not shy of a top speed but those brakes are nice and solid underfoot. And it just sits so flat through the corners. It is an absolute blast this thing.

The Lotus Elise S Club Racer is not the ideal car for families – it doesn’t have fold-down rear seats. Well, it doesn’t have rear seats at all. It’s not the most comfortable or practical thing either. But out here on track, it is in its element, and little of that stuff matters.

If everyday track-day excitement is what you’re after, then frankly, there are few cars better.

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MG 6 Review

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It’s probably fair to say that MG has seen its fair share of ups and downs throughout the years, but with a fresh approach at the end of the noughties, MG now has two models on the market.

Launched in 2011, the MG6 is a large hatchback that borders on saloon territory, and which has seen a range of recent updates to improve its quality, efficiency and also its performance.

It’s got stiff competition, though, in the form of cars like the Skoda Octavia and Vauxhall Insignia, so does this relative newcomer have what it takes to contend with more established rivals?

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The Suzuki Vitara is the replacement for the aged Grand Vitara, and is designed to take on cars like the Nissan Juke and Peugeot 2008 rather than out-and-out 4x4s. It’s stylish and is crammed with equipment, although the engines aren’t as good as the best in its class, nor is the interior quality.

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We review the 2016 Fiat 500 Abarth. After taking a look at the extreme and the mundane side of cars, this Abarth blends a bit of both. There are many options in the sub compact segment like the Mini Copper, Toyota iA and of course larger cars like the Honda Civic, and Mazda3. This Fiat is older choice, the question is after all of these years, does it make sense to own?

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A new SUV has to be particularly impressive in terms of luxury, practicality or value for money to compete in what is a cut throat SUV market.

Falling into the value for money category is the fourth generation Ssangyong Korando.

Although Ssangyong is a relatively unknown name in the UK, its large practical cars like the Ssangyong Korando SUV promise a lot of car for very little money.

Third generation Skoda Fabia was the star of Skoda booth at the 2014 Paris Motor Show. Although the new Fabia is still not on the Volkswagen group’s MQB platform, it does use MQB technologies,…

On this episode of Ignition, presented by Tire Rack, Carlos Lago tests the new 2015 Mercedes Maybach S600. Though it has a twin-turbo V-12 and more than 600 lb.-ft. of torque, this car isn’t…

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