I have driven that very car!Can’t work out if it’s any different to the current big Lambo.
For less than a 1/10th the price. Obviously your modern day supercar driver would put it in the nearest ditch but at least it’d be a colourful end.
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back in my zymöl days; I didn’t get to drive it in anger, I did better than the photographer who also drove it but left the handbrake on! Much smoke and an unimpressed owner!What was it like?
Cars aren't good for the planet full stop ,electric cars are just the next generation for us to spend money onSacrilege! An environmental folly of the highest degree, worthless virtue-signalling. An unmolested one drinking petrol would surely be kinder to the planet.
In my experience on A roads recently caravans aren't the problem, it's people driving at 42 in a 50 and 51 in a 60 with nobody overtaking so there's a line of cars all 10ft apart dawdling along so nobody can overtakeLook on the positive side... if that happens there will be few caravans on the road, and that's got to be good for everyone.
Evo might as well be a Porsche fan mag. Every month it tests a 911 of some sort (it seems anyway).Those who buy will still turn a profit in 10 years time with milage still below 2k.
I am happy these cars are made as we only seem to see new versions of the 911 coming to market, and EVO magazine would have just mundane cars to write about.