Have a 283, courtesy of Focke-Wulf.
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They like compoundnouns. Like this one.
The Swedish for estate/wagon is, rather wonderfully, “herrgårdsvagn” which literally means “estate vehicle” or “mansion vehicle”.
In which a small chap drives a very quick and very expensive car, a bigger chap drives a very small car and an American chap drives neither.
Tomorrow sees the start of the F1 season. This is good.
Meet a Parry PPM60 railcar. Just two are in use, on the Stourbridge Town Branch Line in the English Midlands. Not together though, because it’s a single line with no passing points. Whichever one of the two is in use on the day travels just 0.8 miles between Stourbridge railway station and the town, a round trip of…
You want to know more about the newest, fastest VW don’t you?
A Swedish thing. It’s between a Belgian thing and a German thing.
No, you don’t know about this.
Alstom MP05 as used on the Paris Métro.
Have a Rover. You know you want to. Yes, it was also a Honda.
A Golf GTE like this, just not this particular one as no camera to hand.
TX4 taxi. No, I don’t know if the meter was running.
Renault Fluence EV sucking in more electrons.
Reach for the skies edition
Let’s celebrate by discovering things that aren’t actually from Ireland but claim to be.
Courtesy of Peugeot. Yes, they used to make cars without a 0 in the middle.