Archive for the ‘Features’ Category

Tuesday, June 8th, 2010 by

Le Mans 2010: The punters perspective

It has come to that crazy time of year again - Le Mans! After a couple of pub meetings we are off to Circuit de la Sarthe tomorrow (today if you are reading this on Wednesday) and we want to digitally take you there too. Le Mans is kind of a working holiday. We haven’t got ...

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Tuesday, June 1st, 2010 by

Top 10 matte black motors

Trends come and go in the world of fashion. Every year we have new colours and styles to keep up with otherwise we look like a right ‘Norman’. Well these trends apply to cars too. This years material is vinyl and the colour is matte/flat black. Below are some of the best matte black cars ...

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Wednesday, May 19th, 2010 by

Best of the best

When you start writing about cars, people start asking questions. Questions like ‘What shall I get?’ or ‘is X any good?’ But the one that really, really gets me is ‘What’s the best car?’ You’ll already have an idea of what the ‘best’ car is. If you’re a rapper it’s probably a Range Rover. If ...

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Is the R8 Audi’s iPod?
Monday, May 17th, 2010 by

Is the R8 Audi’s iPod?

The Audi R8 has been with us for nearly five years now and it is still fresh faced. One reason for this is that Audi keep treating us to little updates which keep on making it better and better. We started with a V8, then boosted it up to a V10, have the possibility of chopping the ...

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Wednesday, May 12th, 2010 by


I often bring up my Ford Escort. Despite being a tough old ox, it’s hardly luxurious. But what is luxury? Once upon a time, a man wearing a top hat climbed onto the spongy seat of his horseless carriage, and operated levers to make it move. Spluttering, it lurched forward, careening into a century where ...

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Wednesday, May 5th, 2010 by

City slicker

A city car doesn’t need to do much; it needs to be small, have an engine, and be relatively easy to drive. Indeed, until very recently the typical city car merely fulfilled those criteria. They had the very minimum of equipment and the most basic of road manners. But of late the city car has ...

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Wednesday, April 21st, 2010 by

Driven into the ground

There are cars which sometimes slip through the road test net but that doesn’t mean that they are not great cars. So we sent John Slavin out to give an exclusive 2010 test of the1996 Ford Escort. Enjoy. Here at Motormorph, we like to keep abreast of latest new cars, so we take any opportunity ...

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Wednesday, April 14th, 2010 by

The long and winding road

What makes a good road? John Slavin investigates. On Sunday I got in my car, which is by no means a ‘drivers’’ machine, and set out to the Lake District, in Cumbria. Now, my car is falling apart. The suspension is squeaky, and the silencer is expelling all of its sound deadening in clumps of what looks like ...

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An EV for people with petrol in their blood
Tuesday, February 23rd, 2010 by

An EV for people with petrol in their blood

We are constantly being told that going electric is the future of motoring. As we showed in this picture from the 1980′s, their view of motoring was quite different to where we seem to be heading. But it seems that we can still keep some of the Hot Rod dream alive with the Ford E-Rod. ...

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Monday, February 22nd, 2010 by

What exactly is the BMW X6?

One word sums up the BMW X6 - controversial. When the public first caught sight of the X6 at the 2007 Frankfurt Auto Show, people just stared in bemusement. They would turn to each other and whisper “what is it?!”. BMW describe it as a ‘ground-breaking Sports Activity Coupe’, whereas people from the planet earth call it unnecessary. But ...

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