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From nowhere came a Japanese saloon to rival the best Europe could muster. David Twohig recalls a car whose only sin was to be better by far than it looked
By David Twohig
1 month ago
It’s an icon of French design and, in many ways, that’s its problem. David Twohig risks his editor’s wrath and takes aim at a Gallic classic
5 months ago
What’s the difference between a really good Nissan Skyline and a true great? Our man David Twohig thinks he has the answer
8 months ago
How did Renault come close to building a true great, yet still miss the mark? It was not the will that was lacking, says David Twohig, just the way
12 months ago
The GT86 is light, compact, fun and affordable, so why isn’t it one of the greats? David Twohig has the answer
1 year ago
It sold well, it made money, yet Porsche’s first water-cooled car has always struggled for acceptance. David Twohig thinks he knows why
2 years ago
Many of Ti’s readers (and a few of our writers) are too young to remember the Eighties in any detail. Shoulder-pads were wide, Crockett’s white Testarossa in Miami Vice...
Having already annoyed the Alfisti, this article is bound to make all the Golfisti (Golfers? Golffreunden?) out there grind their collective teeth....