We talk to the gent who took his R35 GT-R from Singapore to Everest Base Camp… and then back again on an epic 15,700km overland journey.
Singapore - When Nissan touted its R35 GT-R to be an ‘everyday supercar’ that anyone could drive anywhere anytime, the last place the brand envisioned it would end up was probably Mt. Everest, or to be exact, Everest’s North Base Camp (EBC) in Tibet at 5,150m above sea level, which is exactly where the spritely 50-something Mr. KC Hoong brought his.
MSO Heritage puts up Concours-condition McLaren F1 #069 for sale...
A lovely Concours-condition example of the 'F1' supercar icon that many feel rewrote the rulebook has surfaced for sale through the McLaren Special Operations Heritage division. One of the last four units to be ever built in 1998, chassis #069 is a carbon black F1 in factory-condition with less than 4,500km on the clock and is a UK-registered and taxed car.
Porsche 718 Boxster shows how its mid-engine configuration translates to everyday useability...
Still think a soft-top roadster has to be impractical? Not quite, as this video shows...
TG takes the Porsche GT3 RS, Aventador SV and 675LT on a little adventure
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Ollie Marriage tests the V6-engined race Defender. Crashes a bit
Your round-up of all the metal from the year's last big motor show