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One lap of the web: Palestine street racing, subjective style and man versus machine

Fri, 04 Oct 2013

You think you have it tough trying to break into the drifting scene, middle-aged white guy? Try being a woman in Palestine. Vice Magazine followed Noor Dawood and the Speed Sisters as they compete with the male-dominated Middle East street racers.

Jaguar tells design story behind new XF Sportbrake [w/video]

Tue, 13 Mar 2012

Jaguar has released a walk-through of the design of its new XF Sportbrake, which debuted at last week's Geneva motor show. The video features Jaguar design boss Ian Callum and Studio Director Wayne Burgess explaining how the design team managed to keep the company's first official estate car in line with the sportiness and luxury nature of Jaguar brand. Callum says, "I know it's a very practical car, there's an amount of pragmatism in it, it is functional, but at the end of the day it is we call a Sportbrake, it has to look to sporty.

Citroen DS3 DSport 150 Review & Road Test (2010) Part 2

Wed, 15 Sep 2010

Citroen DS3 Road Test With the DS3 Citroen has got just about everything right (well, apart from a short-lived, poor-taste anti-retro advert or two) from the cool, funky and incredibly contemporary exterior to the equally cool – and very upmarket feeling – interior. True, our car has a chunk of extras- including some upmarket leather – which make it feel more premium, but even without the extra toys this is a stunningly good-looking car, inside and out. In fact the DS3 is so appealing to the eye it’s the only car this year – apart from the new Jaguar XJ – where we’ve had people knock on the window begging for a look.