Pretty soon, me and my team of merry motorists will be filling this blog full of stories, news and reviews! In the meantime, feel free to browse the archives, and check out the YouTube channel to remind yourself of how funny I am!
Oh where to start, well firstly it's an Audi, secondly it's a super sport version of an already brilliant car that's selling hand over fist. From the previous sentence you can surely tell that it's irritating good..... AGAIN!
So, Renault are entering the small convertible market with a car that is so different from any other two-seat roadster, it's sure to turn heads. Meet the new Renault Wind. Yes, Renault has Wind and they aren't trying to disguise it at the dinner table, or even blame the dog.
It's finally here and ready to order, the super-super 5.2L V10 version of Audi's R8 super-car will be on UK roads within the next few weeks. For the few that have had the privilege of either driving or being a passenger in the al ready released 4.2L version of the sex-on-four-wheels R8 - It's even better.
“To be known in the industry for our design” that was the thought that stuck in my head when testing the All-New Peugeot RCZ. A coupe that will be known for its unique rear headroom solution, and the chrome roof arches, Peugeot’s new goal is to be known within the car industry as the ultimate Design brand.
Where to start… hmm, well the Chevrolet Captiva has always been a fairly decent SUV, its always been predominately purchased in its 7 seater guise, mostly with a diesel lump under its vast bonnet and more often than not by buyers looking for the most metal their money will get them. These little clues to the past audience of Captiva, shout loud… it’s never really been purchased by cash savvy pimps as a blinged up cruising wagon to ferry their rent about. Nor is it likely to have graced the drive of any of the winners of Britain’s-got-very-little-talent-it-would-appear-factor-on-ice…Not even the good ones.
You have to wonder exactly what Audi know that most of the other motoring manufacturers don't. Just when you thought the Audi model line-up couldn't get any better (or madder) here comes the TT RS.
Bless the XK, it’s been a firm favourite of mine for the past 5yrs, stunning to behold, powerful yet controllable and captivating to both drive and be a passenger in. I just love its low slung ‘on-the-prowl’ aggressive styling and punchy performance. You could be forgiven for thinking that the 2010 model line-up for XK hasn’t actually changed, but you’d be wrong, very wrong.
In the gay world we live in, only a small minority see bulk as beauty and heavy as heavenly, the vast majority believing that rock hard Abs and Delt's big enough to crack walnuts are the epitome of perfection. Well trust me, it doesn't come much bigger or heavier than the Bentley GTC, and this is one car that just oozes sex and sex appeal.
Some might say that having over £300,000's worth of luxury sports cars / super-cars parked on the drive means I have an amazing job. So is it a fair review, a Bentley that has a phenomenal 600bhp being compared to the BMW M6's 550bhp? The Bentley does 0-62mph in 4.5 seconds, the BMW takes 4.6 seconds, so it's safe to say that within the first paragraph of this review we have established that the Bentley is quicker. Woo-hoo, I've confirmed something that both manufacturers already knew! However this isn't a verse review in the normal vein of verse reviews, here's the kicker and what this review is actually about….. is an extra 50bhp and shaving 0.1 of a second of the 0-62mph time worth an extra £70,000?