The month of April will soon be upon us, and it’s the time of many celebrations in Automology’s neighbouring country of Thailand, which also signals the start of the “touring season” in the region.
Since Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May were so ceremoniously kicked off Top Gear and out of the BBC, and moved over the pond to Amazon Prime, the rumour mill has been churning out stories about their next venture, the Grand Tour.
Our favourite Top Gear hosts – Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May – will embark on their first ever UK-wide arena tour, with the presenters set to motor first into Liverpool’s Echo Arena next February, then into arenas up and down the country, and ending in London’s O2.
The Beetle had a design predecessor. And it came from Czechoslovakia.
Porsche beats its own long-time speed record on one of the world’s most merciless track.
Naza Italia, the official importer and distributor of Ferraris in Malaysia, has just revealed another jewel in its crown—the Ferrari Portofino. Having debuted at the Frankfurt Motor Show last year, the car is a synergy of splendor and versatility. In our article last month, we wrote about the Portofino embarking on a crisscross tour covering 60 cities in Europe, beginning in the town from which its name was derived from—Portofino, in the region of Linguria, Italy.