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Musings on the Past

The Infiniti FX – When the East found its groove

You don’t need sales figures to know that Infiniti has seen better days. Not only has its European operations got axed, but it also survives on a skeletal model range. It is fast becoming a company that is more well-known for its concepts than actual production models. Not to mention the management dramas that has […]

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Musings on the Motoring World

Why SUVs are popular, and how MPVs will dominate our roads

To most North Americans and Europeans the Lexus LM might be the most misleading acronym since a bunch of Filipino religious separatists started calling themselves after a porn genre. Though “LM” is generally read as “Le Mans”, one look at Lexus’ new LM luxury MPV would be enough for anyone to confirm that it won’t […]

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Musings on the Motoring World

How environmental determinism will give us a four-door Mustang

What a year 2018 was for car enthusiasts especially. It will definitely be remembered as a vintage year that gave us a whole host of tantalising new supercars, mind-bending electric performance cars, and glorious restomod classics, but don’t pour the champagne just yet, because the world is now poised on the brink of collapse with […]

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Musings on the Motoring World

SUV Racing Sounds Fun and Makes Sense Too

If racing is to live up to that tenant of “Win on a Sunday, Sell on a Monday”, then in the second decade of the 21st Century we should be having a track racing series dedicated to SUVs. A grid full of rip-snorting V8 pushing a scrum of bespoke winged monsters is as relevant to […]

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Musings on the Motoring World

The “Car” as we Know it is an Anomaly

As a species, we are pretty good at doing science things. We have split the atom, unlocked the genome, and even landed on a comet. Any school student will tell you that science experiments are the only fun they can have in school that doesn’t involve being Big Bob’s b-tch in PE. On the other […]