Replacing one big engine with thousands of small batteries has freed up space and opened up what’s possible
Reimagining a British luxury icon meant being mindful of unsightly knobs
Who says colour and trim in limousines has to be stoical? Not Ian Callum...
Easy to overlook, despite the importance of its function, but the humble handle has its highlights
Bentley design director on balancing old and new in a vastly changing world
Amidst so many exquisite details, the colour-coded nuts stand out first...
As cooling becomes less relevant, so does the grille. What changes could EVs bring?
TGV-inspired re-imagining of the humble storage area
Is combining the low-slung emotion of a GT car with the practicality of an estate brilliance or lunacy? We explore a peculiar niche
Hinges? A design highlight? Even the Phaeton's dullest components were on another level
Last race-derived Vantage mixed motorsport muscle with elegant simplicity
Alloys opened up wheel design, but does this crucial area now need a new shake-up?
LEGO has included a miniature designer, complete with drawing board and coffee, with its new McLaren 720S set. We talk to the real version
Starring an often-overlooked part of the interior
The tiny but fascinating story of Small Urban Vehicles
Is there scope for a simple, clever car inspired by the Nokia 3310?
The funky French concept has a fascinating mix of influences
A small but well-styled detail on the Japanese Boxster
An in-depth look at Volkswagen's new big five-door
It’s long been known that attributing human characteristics to cars can make them more appealing. But are cars becoming too aggressive?
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