The annual Rétromobile show in Paris seems to get bigger and better each year. It is difficult to pick out the highlights from the hundreds of vehicles on display, but here is a selection of …Read More →
Posts in the Category: General News
As one of the few enthusiasts lucky enough to own an example of the Pegaso Z102, in the latest issue of The Automobile, Douglas Blain reveals what this Spanish rarity is really like to live …Read More →
The latest issue of The Automobile is bigger and better than ever before. We have freshened up the design and layout to give it a more up to date feel, and have increased the number …Read More →
In the latest issue of The Automobile, Simon Moore concludes his two-part treatise on the jewel-like Amilcar C0 and C6 of the 1920s, this time turning his attention to pair of restored survivors, one an …Read More →
The January 2015 issue of The Automobile is out now.
This month, Jeroen Booij tells the story of how the ailing Turin coachbuilder, Nuccio Bertone, was saved by an unlikely alliance with an extrovert American businessman.
David …Read More →
The December 2014 issue of The Automobile is out now.
This month, Malcolm Bobbitt explores the history of Citroën’s unique suspension system and its application in the ground-breaking Traction Avant and DS models.
Matthew Bell visits the …Read More →
The Automobile’s fifth annual Oily Rag Run took place on 27th September and was hosted by the kind folks at Bicester Heritage.
As Matthew Bell explained in his article in the …Read More →
2014 marks 80 years since the first ERA was unveiled to the public at Brooklands.
To celebrate this important anniversary, The Automobile is pleased to announce this exclusive reader offer.
ERA …Read More →
The November 2014 issue of The Automobile is out now.
This month, Matthew Bell pits two light car rivals against each other in a series of tests in an attempt to discover which comes out on …Read More →
The October 2014 issue of The Automobile is out now.
This month James Fack pays a visit to a rare 1930 Talbot 90 tourer which has been in the same family ownership for 60 years, and explains …Read More →