Instilling in all of us a momentary sense of panic, Lotus has just revealed its take on the city car. But it is only that. A rough idea, rather than anything they actually plan to do.
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Not so long ago I blogged about how Honda needed a halo model to re-boot the brand after mothballing Swindon for so many months. It’s reassuring to know that the powers that be in Japan are devotees of Top Gear.
This economic chokehold on the motoring industry is squeezing air out of everyone, but it’s doing us a great service at the same time. It’s culling the weak. Separating the wheat from the chaff.
I’ve just returned from having a privileged early poke at BMW’s 5 Series Gran Turismo, a bizarre cross-breed of 5, X5 and 7 Series, with a bit of X6 thrown in for the cod coupe styling.
So Honda is back in business. Or at least the factory line is moving, a bit. Which leads me to thinking about what they’re actually making over there, and whether anyone outside of Swindon really gives a toss.
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