Interview with Professor Gordon Murray CBE on his new 725bhp T.50s track day special supercar, plus what to expect next from Gordon Murray Automotive, and more.
While the engine strip-down went better than expected, the bodywork on the Zag is a lot worse than expected, this is going to be expensive to fix..
The 2021 Bentley Bentayga V8 has 542bhp and a top speed of 180mph but could it be used around the farm? Found out here!
This Lancia Fulvia Sport (Zagato) 1600 means a lot to me because this very car first sparked my interest in cars way back in 1973 when, coming home from school one day, I spotted it parked outside my parents house.
The Toyota GR Yaris has proved to be a big hit with the media since it first arrived but what's it like to live with and are the Litchfield enhancements worth going for?
This week Harry's Garage review the 2021 Ferrari Roma real-world review. As stunning as it is to look at, is it actually a flawed diamond? It's super quick thanks to the 620ps twin-turbo V8 but there's lots of new tech in this car, which Ferrari has never fitted into one of their cars before and I'm afraid it might be too ambitious...
The new Land Rover Defender is winning plenty of plaudits but what's it really like to live with? To find out, I tested this Defender 110 P400 in all conditions; rain, snow, floods, shopping and commuting to see if this really is a proper Defender.
The 610ps Lamborghini Huracan Evo RWD is the 2-wheel drive version of the Huracan, which also happens to be £30,000 cheaper than the 4WD 640-4 Evo model, making it the cheapest Lamborghini on sale today. What I wanted to know was could it be even better to drive than the Ferrari F8 Tributo, as well as being a bit of a bargain?
The Porsche Taycan $s is a pure EV Harry tested a few weeks ago but would many potential buyers be better served by buying the PHEV Panamera E-Hybrid instead? That's what Harry investigates in this video..
Here's the cost breakdown revealing what Harry spent in 2020 keeping his fleet of 20 cars and 16 bikes up to scratch for Harry's Garage. Plus what he's going to be up to in 2021..
The new 992 version of the 911 is the most technologically advanced yet but is the regular 385bhp Porsche Carrera actually a better buy than the 450bhp Carrera S? You save £11,500 by going for the regular 911 Carrera over the Carrera S and in this video, Harry looks into which version is the best one to buy.
VW is expecting the new Volkswagen ID.3 to be the new benchmark for electric family cars, just as the original Golf was when it was launched back in 1974. What Harry wants to know is what's the ID.3 like to live with over a week and how far can it really go on just one charge?
With the impending ban on new petrol (and diesel) car sales in 2030 spell the end for classic cars in the UK? Plus Harry takes a look into the carbon footprint of buying a new electric car in the UK every three years.
The 2021 Porsche Taycan 4S can do 0-60 in 3.7secs & 0-100mph in just 8.5secs but what’s it like to live with Porsche's first production electric car and what happens when you try to charge it away from home on one of the new generation pay as you go Instavolt fast chargers?
The Jensen FF-R is the ultimate version on the reborn Jensen Intercepter produced by Jensen International Automotive. Powered by GM's LSA Supercharged 6.2litre V8, which produces 556bhp and 551lb ft of torque, this original 1968 Jensen FF now has the power to see off many of today's so call sports cars. But could you live with it every day?
The Ferrari F8 Tributo is expected to be the last non-hybrid Ferrari mid-engined sports car, hence its name. With a top speed of 211mph and a 0-125mph time of just 7.8secs, is it too fast for the road?
Ferrari F40 or Lamborghini Countach? Which is the best design of these two iconic supercars? Legendary car designer, Frank Stephenson dropped by Harry's Garage recently to discuss car design and where sports cars go next.
The Lancia Beta Volumex and the Lancia 037 Group B car from the eighties both share the same 2-litre, twin-cam supercharged engine but in different states of tune. Here, I review the Beta Volumex and then compare it to the Lancia 037 Group B car that Walter Röhrl drove to victory in the 1983 World Rally Championship.
The Jaguar F-Type P450 is a new version for 2020 with a slightly detuned supercharged V8 delivering serious performance for a lot less money than before but is it good enough to be a serious rival to the Aston Martin V8 Vantage?
2020 sees the launch of the Roadster version on the Aston Martin Vantage, bringing the aural delights of the boisterous twin-turbo V8 even more to the fore than they are in the Coupe. But is that the only advantage of the Roadster over the Coupe version of Aston's entry level model? Watch the video to finds out..
This Touring Aero 3 is the first of fifteen planned examples being built by Touring Superleggera in Milan. Based on either a Ferrari F12 or 812 Superfast, this ultra exclusive supercar celebrates the great streamlined racers built by Touring back in the thirties. In this video, I delve into Touring Superleggera's history file and take this amazing car for a drive on some of my favourite roads..
The Aston Martin Vanquish 25 tested here has been created by Callum design, part of R-Reforged and is Ian Callum's reinterpretation of the original Vanquish, a car designed when at Aston over twenty years ago. Here, I take it on a 500 mile tour of some of the best roads in S.Wales to see whether the Vanquish 25 is the true GT I always hoped the original Vanquish was.
The Porsche 718 Boxster GTS 4.0 gets a slightly detuned version of the Porsche 718 GT4 engine producing 400bhp and delivering 182mph top speed and amazing dynamics. Here's my full review of this gem of a Porsche..
See the 600bhp Jaguar Project 8 tackle Prescott Hill Climb, plus a look at some other great cars in the paddock also attending the Targa Club's recent event there. Including the McLaren Elva, Senna GTR, Speedtail, Ferrari 250SWB, Retropower's Alfa GTV hod-rod, Jaguar XJC, Cortina GT and many, many more.
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