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New Honda Civic Tourer – price from £20,265

Mon, 25 Nov 2013

New Honda Civic Tourer – price from £20,265 When the Honda Civic Tourer Concept (the Civic Estate) arrived at the Geneva Motor Show in the spring, it looked a properly convincing estate version of Honda’s Civic. (adsbygoogle=window.adsbygoogle||[]).push({});And even when it was toned down to deliver the production version at the Frankfurt Motor Show in the autumn, it still looked good. Now, with the Civic Tourer ready to go on sale in the UK, Honda has revealed their family-friendly estate car wilkl cost from £20,265.

One Lap of the Web: Happy birthday, John DeLorean, a legally imported Nissan Skyline, Amphicar for sale and the Righini Collection

Mon, 06 Jan 2014

-- Bust out the candles: American success story, visionary futurist and import/export whiz John DeLorean was born this day in 1925. Everyone knows about his battle to launch the DeLorean Motor Company, but the man behind the stainless-steel legend had a long career as a brilliant engineer that included time at Chrysler, Packard and General Motors. And while we might not all be driving DeLoreans today, we're still talking about both the man and the company -- which is pretty impressive when you think about it.

Ford at CES: Charge your car with science and wash your dishes while you sleep

Thu, 09 Jan 2014

Ford's C-Max Solar Energy Concept is a "plugless plugin," said Donna Bell, which initially sounds silly -- as if the carefully structured chaos and noise of CES may have finally gotten to her. But as someone who has been managing Ford's electric vehicle infrastructure for the past 20 years, she isn't being facetious. Solar panels on the roof of a car aren't anything new -- the Fisker Karma used them to power the radio and other in-car accessories, to cite a soon-obscure example.