6th May 2020
Herbert Schafer had visions of the Corrado looking more like a shooting brake, while some at VW wanted to see pop-up headlights. Wolfsburg's Aerodeck?
4th May 2020
The Proton Coupe launched in the UK in 1997, around the same time as the Ford Puma. In this respect, it never stood a chance, but it had other issues, too.
28th April 2020
Seat unveiled the Marbella Playa at the 1991 Frankfurt Motor Show. It's one of the most 90s concept cars you're ever likely to see. Because lifestyle, innit
15th April 2020
In 2003, this head of a computer firm rolled the dice by purchasing NINE Renault Avantimes. Somebody give the man a drink to go with his brave pills.
14th April 2020
In the year 2000, Daihatsu offered no fewer than eight different model lines in the UK, including the Move, Grand Move, Sirion and Fourtrak.
8th April 2020
The Nissan Almera Tino mini-MPV won't encourage many somersaults or fist pumps, but you're free to call it a ‘fat Nissan Almera’ if you like.
7th April 2020
The 406 Coupe wasn't in need of a facelift, but that didn't stop Peugeot from taking to a scalpel to its beautiful face in 2003.
1st April 2020
PetrolBlog has done a video introducing the entire fleet of 13 cars. It's not very good, but if you're having trouble sleeping, it might be worth a watch.
20th February 2020
The Citroën Xsara Enterprise was a van based on the Xsara estate. But did you know there was also an Irish market van based on the Xsara Coupe?
23rd January 2020
PetrolBlog remembers the Ford Escort Seeka, an outdoor leisure vehicle designed by Ghia. The forward-thinking show car included a dash-mounted fax machine.
2nd January 2020
Reader Ben Day has written some words on his super-rare Mazda 323 Coupe. It features a PetrolBlog sticker, so it must be good.
22nd December 2019
The £200 Renault Safrane has made it home to PBHQ without drama or fuss. It could be the best car PetrolBlog has ever bought – Christmas miracles do happen.