Design that will both stand the test of time and yet also turn heads when launched is a rare thing indeed. Most achieve one or the other. The BMW i8 has done both.
Yesterday’s event was a true family day out. All ages, both genders – having fun and enjoying the spectacle of a beautiful house and beautiful cars. You don’t have to be obsessed with cars to enjoy WCS. The house and grounds are stunning. The cars are gorgeous, no one can deny that the design of […]
A furore has been caused in China by the creation of some pink parking spaces for women only. Not only are they pink, but they are larger than the other spaces. The implication is of course that women can’t drive and therefore need larger spaces. Personally, if someone wants me to park in a larger […]
I sigh deeply once again. Whilst commendable that the editor of Drive commissioned a woman to write a piece, given that it NEVER happens, it was disappointing to see that the woman in question had been tasked with harping on about the merits and demerits of some extremely bland family wagons. The headline was equally […]
Now it’s Chrysler’s turn. A lovely photo of a confused looking model with huge red lips and gigantic shopping bags…to advertise a car. The strap line proudly proclaims that it’s cheaper to buy the Ypsilon (stupid name) than the average monthly spend to “look good”. Yes, because all of us silly women only think about […]
Journalist Simon Hacker has written an interesting piece in Diesel Car about the lack of women on the board of Car of the Year (COTY) and about the lack of women in general in motoring journalism – and yours truly is quoted.