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What a difference 45 years makes Alternating pics of Lotus Europa John Player Special, 1972 and Lotus Evora Sport 410 GP Edition, 2017. The original Europa JPS was a limited edition of 100 numbered cars to celebrate the success of the Lotus John Player Special F1 team, the new Evora GP edition is a limited edition of just 5 cars based on the special edition Evora Sport 410 which is limited to 150 cars


First Look: The New Mazda MX-5 Arctic

Mazda is hoping for things to turn a little Arctic this winter with the launch of the latest special edition version of the award-winning MX-5 convertible. On sale next February, the new Mazda MX-5 Arctic aims to brighten winter days with its Blue Reflex Metallic paint and contrasting bright silver design cues.

Based on the 1.5-litre 131ps SE-L Nav, the MX-5 Arctic’s striking silver details contrast attractively against the icy blue paint. With 16-inch alloy wheels, a silver windscreen surround, silver wing mirrors and silver headrest hoops the Arctic has the distinctive look you’d expect of an MX-5 and continues the trend of offering sports car customers a striking car at an affordable price.

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Jaguar Project 7 Drive Review [Harry’s Garage]

Produced by Special Vehicle Operations division at Jaguar Land Rover, the 575bhp Project 7 is a unique collector edition Jaguar that’s capable of lapping the ‘Ring in 7mins 35secs, making it the fastest Jaguar ever.

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Jaguar C-X75 2010. Jaguar’s hypercar was first displayed at the Paris Motor Show, the concept is an electric hybrid which uses twin gas-turbine engines to charge the batteries which power it’s 4 electric engines with a combined 778hp. Plans were announced to produce a limited number of cars, using a more conventional supercharged petrol engine, in association with the Williams F1 team. The plan has subsequently been cancelled. The motor show pictures were taken by me


Lotus Europa John Player Special, 1972. A limited edition of 100 numbered cars which introduced Lotus’s ‘big-valve’ twin cam engine and which commemorated Team Lotus’s 1972 F1 World Championship title with John Player Special (a cigarette band) as sponsors. All of the cars were black with gold pin stripes matching the livery of the GP cars, and the John Player Special cigarette packets