It seems the 2014 Paris motor show was only yesterday, but here we are, in Geneva, for the 2015 Auto Salon. You can tell you’re not at the Paris show, as a DIY-assembly hot dog sausage next to a bun costs an extortionate amount of some currency that I don’t understand, and, since Geneva isn’t home ground for French OEM’s, the range of pepper mills available in the Peugeot merchandise store is rather poor.
Many new exciting things were revealed by many slightly less exciting OEM execs, and exciting concept cars alongside less exciting production cars filled the exhibition centre. As a result, it was a tough contest, with the winners as follows:
The sun has set on yet another motor show (or “auto salon”) – Geneva 2014. Some fantastic displays by the world’s manufacturers, including such automotive marvels as the Tata Zest, some Ferraris, and a selection of hot dogs. But I know that what you’re really interested in are the slightly unofficial Alternative Awards. TheRead More
As a classic car enthusiast, I am often greeted by For Sale ads of some old classic with “just one careful lady owner”. We’ve all heard it, but recently it increasingly gets assigned a tag of a myth or at least has an air of skepticism about it. Whilst driving through pictorial Stratford-upon-Avon, stuck inRead More
A couple of weeks ago I managed to borrow a brand new Ford Fiesta Zetec S for a short work trip (approximately 20 miles). As someone that drives a proper small car – 90s Nissan Micra – and usually borrows brand new Land Rovers for work, I was rather sceptical of Ford’s latest offering.Read More