As Vauxhall names its large SUV the Grandland X, the car industry is forced to admit ‘we've run out of names'.
PetrolBlog is in New York, New York for the 117th New York International Auto Show, which just happens to be in New York.* We wandered along Sunset Boulevard **note: check this is in New York** and spent a few dollars in NY’s Hall of America **again, check this is in New York**, before making our […]
PetrolBlog is sent a LEGO Caterham 620R to build. Here are some thoughts.
Number 68 Castleham Road, St. Leonards-on-Sea, Sussex – sounds more like the address of a retirement place than the home of one of the greatest cars ever to be built in Britain. But it was in a rather nondescript-looking building on the edge of this seaside town that the Lynx Eventer was built. Today, the building is home […]
Land Rover has unveiled a new Discovery at the Paris Motor Show. The most exciting part is the off-centre number plate. A reason to celebrate?
PetrolBlog stumbles across an advert for Richard Grant Accessories and starts to reminisce about the days when plastic was fantastic. Of sorts.
Would St Ives be the perfect town to host a British equivalent of the Monaco Grand Prix? It’s a question nobody has ever asked, but PetrolBlog was determined to find out. So we borrowed the aptly-named Skoda Citigo Monte Carlo and headed west. OK, ‘perfect’ might be overplaying things a little: there are coastal towns […]
Twenty years ago, when you advertised a car for sale in the Auto Trader, Mandy would arrive in her topless Vauxhall Cavalier.
From a 1961 Citroën 2CV Sahara to a 2007 Citroën C6, we list 10 cars most likely to appeal when part of the Trigano collection is auctioned at Retromobile.
Bella! PetrolBlog falls in love with an Autobianchi Bianchina Panoramica - a shooting brake made for the middle class ladies of Milan.