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The website contains over 100 manufacturers, making more than 250 different models, from large volume producers to small companies building just a handful of vehicles a year. Each listing contains a direct link to the manufacturer.
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- Published on 27 Aug 2014 Subscribe 5.8K Subscribe Subscribed Unsubscribe Come on-board as Bike magazine tests the prototype of the new Ariel Ace on sunny Somerset roads. Read the full test in the latest issue of Bike (Oct 14 cover date), on sale now in print and also in digital form for your iPad or Android device...
- Lotus is on its way back, and the proof is the Lotus Exige V6 Cup - both in street trim, the Cup S, and the Cup R racer. Steve Sutcliffe puts them to the test. For most people, the standard Lotus Exige V6 would surely represent the ultimate kind of sports car. It weighs little more than a box of feathers, its interior is quite extraordinarily uncluttered by unnecessary luxuries, and its supercharged Toyota V6 engine provides it with enough grunt -- 345bhp -- to embarrass all but the most ambitious supercar drivers. Sutters travels to Lotus' test track in Hethel to drive the Exige V6 Cup S road car and the Exige V6 Cup R racer.