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Why is an engine’s power called horsepower?


Horsepower is an imperial measurement that’s used to measure the power of an engine. But where did the name come from?

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New Rolls-Royce Spectre


Rolls-Royce has revealed its first-ever fully electric car. The British luxury car manufacturer is expected to release the Spectre in a year's time.

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87% of new cars in the UK don’t have a manual handbrake


Recent data shows that just 13% of new cars available to UK buyers come with a traditional manual handbrake.

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Volkswagen’s Best-Selling Product: The Currywurst Sausage


As stereotypical as it may sound, Germany’s biggest car manufacturer’s best-selling part is in fact a sausage.

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Every production car speed record


In this article, we take a look at every production car that has broken the speed record.

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New Volvo EX90


Once the Volvo EX90 goes on sale in early 2024, it will be one of a few fully electric seven-seaters available on the market in the UK.

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Winter Driving Tips


As the weather gets colder and the days get shorter, it becomes even more important to adjust how we drive to stay safe this winter. Below we’ve compiled some top tips on how to keep you and the people around you safe when driving in cold conditions.

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Why do we call ‘shotgun’ to get the front seat?


Whenever a group of 3 or more people are about to travel in a car, the first person to say “shotgun” gets to sit in the front seat.

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The M96: Britain’s Secret Motorway


Did you know that there’s a small stretch of motorway that sees more major accidents every year than any other road in the UK?

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New Lotus Eletre specifications revealed


Lotus has revealed the full specifications of its first-ever SUV.

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