Purple high-performance machine currently on display outside New Scotland Yard
A British jackpot winner who scooped a massive £81 million in the EuroMillions lottery has claimed the prize.
Rihanna was allegedly assaulted yesterday by a man who was angry about her relationship with Chris Brown.
An American dentist took the remarkable decision to sack an employee because he found her "irresistible" and wanted to avoid a temptation that could wreck his marriage.
Kevin Pietersen believes he's in great form but the evidence is sketchy. Can he offer some proof in Cardiff?
The Australian angle
Expert tips on track driving, a few laps of one of the most famous motor racing circuits in the world (or part of it at least) in a Lamborghini, lots of pictures to remind you of the experience and a nice certificate to hang on your wall – all for just £99 (for the Christmas period only).
Kevin Pietersen, who scored 227 in England's Ashes Test win in Adelaide after a long trough of form, was fined here yesterday for speeding in a bright yellow Lamborghini.
The Brian Viner Interview: US motor sport's first lady explains why she uses her femininity to get on, her love of speed, her hatred of England and how excited she is by Sunday's Indy500
Ashley Cole was today found guilty of driving at more than 100mph in a 50mph zone.
Italian carmaker Lamborghini expects to be profitable this year despite sales setbacks in the downturn - but any recovery for luxury autos in 2010 will be slow, chief executive Stephan Winkelmann said at the Frankfurt Auto Show.
The new Panamera breaks the Porsche mould. Yes, it's fast and fun, but its engine's at the front and it's not all about the driver
There's no getting past the name. And there's a faint disappointment that Slaughter is not a reference to a bloodied battlefield or even an abattoir; it is actually a confused local stab at speaking French. William the Conqueror gave this corner of the Cotswolds to the Norman knight Philip de Sloitre and his reward was to have his name massacred.
Years ago Car magazine (still the best read) used to run a section at the back called "the Good, the Bad and the Ugly", or GBU to the cognoscenti, a witty, idiosyncratic way of reviewing every new car on the market. It came to mind as I was trying to get used to our test Audi R8's "R-tronic" gears (pictured).
With 60 manufacturers and more than 600 cars on display, the British International Motor Show may prise me away from my new bucolic idyll - they let you stare for ages
This is Luc Donckerwolke's first creation for Seat, and the 'architectural' curves of the body signal a new design direction