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There’s a new Aston Martin on the block

The Vanquish is no more. Welcome everyone, to the twin-turbo V12-engined Aston Martin DBS Superleggera. Commence your drooling, here

Review: the new McLaren Senna

Woking’s ballistic track-honed supercar gets a workout at Estoril. Check out the 789bhp Senna, here

More details on Tesla’s new electric pick-up truck

Tesla boss Elon Musk is crowd-sourcing new ideas for his upcoming EV. Let us know your thoughts, here

Opinion: why too much horsepower is actually useless

TG’s correspondent makes the case for cars that prioritise weight and fun over mad horsepower figures. Start your shouting, here

Lego’s new model is the future of construction equipment

Lego joins forces with Volvo to show us the future of build-y things. Read the full story, here

Review: the Mercedes-Benz C-Class Cabriolet

The perfect car for the heatwave? TG tests Merc’s latest C-Class variant. Read the review, here

This Alpina B7 is only for Canada

BMW announces a very, very limited edition of just 21 fantastically angry cars. Weep here

Koenigsegg has teased its upcoming hypercar

The next world’s fastest car? Here’s a tease of the Agera-replacing V8 monster

An semi-sentient robot car will race up the Goodwood hill

Yup, Roborace’s Roboracer autonomous EV plans a self-driving run. With hay bales, trees and little run off for company. Full story, here

Review: the new Ford Focus

“This Focus, if you get the better rear suspension, is the sweetest drive in the mainstream hatch class”. Read the full review on one of the UK’s biggest selling cars, here

Gallery: a brief history of Aston Martin’s DB cars

The new DBS Superleggera returns the DB badge to an Aston range-topper. Prepare to make involuntary noises at Aston’s gorgeous DB history, here

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