Top 100: The most desirable cars of all time

Scott Collie

The Focus RS will be sold worldwide, unlike its predecessor

Developed in consultation with Ken Block, the third-gen Ford Focus RS combines a powerful 2.3-liter EcoBoost engine with a new high-tech, dynamic torque vectoring all-wheel drive system that brings it into line with other high-performance hatches like the Audi RS3. It will also be the first RS to be sold in the US.  Read More

The MP4-30 will debut at the Australian GP in March

For long-time Formula One fans, the combination of McLaren and Honda will bring back fond memories of the epic battles shared by Alain Prost and Ayrton Senna. Although they were teammates, their great rivalry created some of the best racing F1 has ever seen, and a golden era for McLaren. Now the McLaren-Honda combination is back, with McLaren's 2015 chassis to be powered by Honda's RA615H power unit.  Read More

Toyota is hoping the WRC Yaris can carry on from the success of its legendary rally cars i...

Toyota has announced it will rejoin the FIA World Rally Championship after a 17-year hiatus. The Japanese giant is hoping its WRC Yaris, which will make its competitive debut in 2017, can carry on the legacy left by cars like the legendary Celica GT-Four, which helped Toyota to four WRC manufacturers’ titles in the 1990s.  Read More

The Blancpain Endurance Series kicks off in April and the Lamborghini Huracan GT3 will be ...

Lamborghini has confirmed its intention to tackle the Blancpain Endurance Series in 2015 with its Huracan GT3. The hottest Huracan will be rubbing panels with McLaren's 650S GT3 and BMW's Z4 GT3 across five different tracks, including the legendary Nurburgring.  Read More

AN update to BMW's 1-Series sees a range of new three and four-cylinder engines on offer

Following the debut of a mildly refreshed 6-Series at the Detroit Auto Show, BMW has unveiled its new 1-Series hatch, which aims to draw buyers in with heavily reworked styling and a range of three and four-cylinder engines from the German brand’s new engine range.  Read More

Powered by a 3.0-liter, 270 kW (367 hp) twin-turbo V6 engine driving all-four wheels, the ...

Mercedes has done a good job of catering for most tastes with its new C-Class range. Economy-oriented drivers have the C350 Plug-In Hybrid, while those who crave power and the odd cloud of tire smoke tend to gravitate towards the C63 AMG. But what if you want a car that is sharp to drive without stretching all the way to the 476 hp C63? Mercedes has provided the answer with its C450 AMG 4MATIC.  Read More

The C-Class Plug-In Hybrid follows on from the S-Class plug-in (Photo: Loz Blain/Gizmag.co...

Mercedes has used the 2015 Detroit Auto Show to continue the expansion of its C-Class range, offering up a plug-in hybrid model to complement the C300 BlueTEC Hybrid and existing range of petrol and diesel engines. The C350 Plug-In Hybrid retains the standard C-Class' luxurious interior, but boasts a set of frugal fuel economy figures to challenge those of small-engined city-cars.  Read More

Buick's Avenir is designed to show the brand's design direction (Photo: Loz Blain/Gizmag)

Alongside the multitude of expensive, extravagant product launches for high-performance hypercars (we're looking at youFord GT), Buick has used the 2015 North American International Auto Show to quietly launch a beautiful design concept that points to where the brand is headed. Launched with no big press conference or fanfare, the Avenir's classic proportions and carefully-sculpted details have it sitting near the top of Gizmag's list for best-looking car of Detroit 2015.  Read More

The Alfa Romeo 4C Spider just made its debut at the 2015 Detroit Motor Show (Photo: Loz Bl...

Alfa Romeo has used the North American International Motor Show (NAIAS) to launch the convertible version of its 4C sportscar. The 4C Spider retains the coupe's lightweight carbon fiber construction while allowing drivers to get closer to nature or, if you'd prefer, to the car's heavily turbocharged four-cylinder engine.  Read More

The Lexus GS F is powered by a naturally aspirated V8

Recent months have proven prolific for makers of fast luxury sedans, with Cadillac unveiling its twin-turbocharged 185 mph ATS-V and supercharged 200 mph CTS-V. Now Lexus continues to challenge its reputation for sensible, staid cars with the announcement of the high-performance GS F.  Read More

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