Toyota Gazoo Racing has launched the GR Heritage Parts Project, designed to reproduce A70 and A80 Supra parts for Japan, North America and Europe.
Maybe PetrolBlog has consumed too much Christmas gin, but it’s going to kickstart 2020 with a question: is it time to appreciate the Mk1 Vauxhall Zafira?
PetrolBlog is shutting down for Christmas, but not before it has joined Noel Tiddybeard in an old car to deliver some Terry’s Pyramint to those in need.
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.
You might want to avoid the Top Gear Nepal Christmas Special, because we’re about to witness the death of a Renault 4 TL and a Peugeot 106 Rallye.
Advertorial: If you’re after tyres for your Mk3 or Mk4 Ford Escort, Bridgestone Tyres offers a range of options designed to keep your classic on the road.
In his latest video, Matteo Licata explains how the failure of the Cadillac Allante led to the success of the Fiat Coupe. Like and subscribe, etc, etc.
Autocar said the Honda Accord Aerodeck was “closer to perfection than most vehicles”. PetrolBlog says it’s one of the most underrated cars of the 1980s.
Conservationist David Bellamy has died at the age of 86. PetrolBlog pays tribute to a legend of our childhood and star of the I-Spy Car Numbers book.
Production of the new Volkswagen T-Roc Cabriolet is underway. You might not like it, but the new car shares much in common with the original Golf Cabriolet.
In 2012, the Coda four-door saloon arrived in a blaze of electric glory. Less than a year later, it was reduced to a pile of simmering ashes.
The Peugeot 106 Palm Beach was a special edition not sold in the UK, but its black bumpers and exposed steels wheels make it worthy of your attention.