It might have a name sounding like a remastered Phil Collins album, but Porsche’s Platinum Edition serves to give the Panamera an injection of new life in the face of stiff competition from sector rivals, not least the Taycan. We get behind the wheel of a Panamera 4 E-Hybrid treated to the new trim…
The Penske PC-23 is famous for its 12 of 16 victories in the 1994 IndyCar season and equally notorious for exploiting an ambiguity that surrounded pushrod engines, which saw it utterly dominate that year’s Indy 500.
Eagle-eyed readers may remember the innocuous-looking Diamante from our May 2020 Innovators piece on the first production car to feature cruise control: the 1958 Chrysler Imperial. While it may have been relegated to footnote status in that particular article, the Diamante is an innovator thanks to its special place in automotive history as the first production car to offer a form of adaptive cruise control.
It cannot be said that Jaguar 420Gs are as rare as hens teeth, but they were never numerous and now good examples are even harder to find. But here we have a wonderful example, the personal choice of the ex-Lord Mayor of Adelaide.
The stylish good looks, sweeping lines, low slung suspension and the fact that it was designed and built in England suggests only one thing – this is a Jaguar sports car. But it isn’t – does that leave you guessing?