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Subaru Impreza WRX STI (2010) – the saloon is back!

Thu, 07 Oct 2010

Subaru has today confirmed it is bringing the US-spec four-door Impreza saloon bodystyle back to the UK. In news that will hearten Scooby fans, Subaru will again offer a sedan bodystyle alongside the five-door hatchback. Why is the bodystyle so important?

Top Gear Veyron vs McLaren – the Video

Sun, 05 Jul 2009

McLaren F1 vs Bugatti Veyron - the Top Gear Video On paper, you would expect the Veyron to crush the McLaren F1. After all, it’s a much newer car and much more powerful, with 1,000bhp as compared to the McLaren F1′s relatively paltry 627bhp. But the McLaren is lighter and nimbler, so it’s less unequal than the numbers on paper may first suggest.

News watch Feb 2010: today's auto industry news

Thu, 25 Feb 2010

Tuesday 2 February 2010• Spyker has outlined its plans for Saab, which include a new 'all Saab' 9-3 to be launched in 2012. Read the full story here (Saab)• EuroNCAP has named the VW Golf as 'Safest Car of 2009' after ranking all the 33 models it crashed last year (Volkswagen) • Toyota's massive recall to fix fault accelerator pedals could cost the company £1.25bn in lost output and sales (BBC)• Ford will unveil an Edge SUV at next week's Chicago auto show with a turbocharged four-cylinder Ecoboost engine, but the extensive visual mid-life facelift has been made economically possible thanks to Ford's worldwide consolidation of its model ranges (Detroit News) • Toyota has denied that it ignored warnings and acted slowly over reports of unintended acceleration in its vehicles (Detroit News) Monday 1 February 2010• Lotus's vehicle engineering director Roger Becker announced his retirement today. Becker, 64, joined Lotus in 1966, worked alongside Colin Chapman and helped develop every single model since (Group Lotus)• Tata Motors' total sales last month hit 65,478 vehicles – a rise of 77% over January 2009.