If you read my last review with the Thrustmaster T150, you know I’m new to playing sim racing games without a controller. I’m so new in fact that I had to mount my wheel to a TV tray in order to use it with my PS4. This isn’t exactly ideal.
When it comes to sim games, to say I enjoy more lowkey titles is a bit of an understatement. Titles like American and Euro Truck Simulators, Mudrunner, and even Pure Farming often catch my eye. So when Stillalive Studios offered me the chance to check out Bus Simulator 18, I couldn’t resist.
There’s a new EV on the horizon from the world’s fastest man, Jamaican former sprinter Usain Bolt. It’s not a sports car like you might expect, but rather sits at the complete opposite end of the spectrum.
Bentley is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year. To mark this milestone, the brand is rolling out a complete history of its company with a new book. However, don’t expect it at your local Barnes & Noble or Waterstones.
France knows a thing or two about unusual and quirky cars. However, for this week’s Want, we might have found the oddest French car around. Called the Citroën 2CV Sahara, it takes the concept of AWD and stands it on its head.
Welcome to the 100th edition of the Wednesday Want! To celebrate in style we are once again bringing you a piece of Gran Turismo history. However, unlike the Art Morrison Corvette and the ‘51 Ford Coupe, this car is not from the GT Awards. Instead, it has an important connection to GT Academy.
The latest update for Forza Motorsport 7 is here and this month’s theme is all IndyCar. Featuring cars from the past and present, plus a rather sporty pace car, it packs some fantastic content. Even better it’s all completely free too.
Finding an original film car is something special. More often than not, the cars are crushed or traded away only to end up on a ranch in New Mexico. So when one turns up it’s pretty cool. It’s even cooler when that car is the original Lamborghini Miura P400 from the film The Italian Job.
The Mercedes-Benz X-Class is not a bad truck. However, if you’re a fan of vintage trucks it’s not really something you’d give a second glance to. This week’s Want fixes this though. With the body of a Ford F100 and the soul of an SLK, it’s where Americana and Euro-style clash.
Last autumn I started the journey of fatherhood. If you have kids yourself, you know what this means. If you don’t though, the best way I describe it is your entire world gets turned upside-down in the best way possible.
Last year at the SEMA show in Las Vegas, Nevada, Mopar wowed the crowd with its Hellephant crate engine. However, one thing FCA left off the spec sheet was the price. Now we know just how much a 1,000 Mopar ponies will run you.
Another racing series is joining the WRC, Formula 1, and Blancpain GT by getting its own, official sim racer. However, it’s probably not the series you might expect. Thanks to Bigben Interactive, gamers will get a chance to conquer the FIA European Truck Racing Championship this summer.
If you want to own piece of Gran Turismo history, then you’re in luck. The winner of the coveted 2016 Gran Turismo Award, Bruce Leven’s 1951 Ford Coupe, is up for sale. Due to this, it only makes sense to showcase this awesome car in the edition of the Wednesday Want.
With the April update for Gran Turismo Sport, players can add another Toyota road car to their garage. This brings the total up to 18 Toyota models in Sport. No other modern racing game comes close to that figure, with some even missing the brand altogether. It forces us to ask the question: does Toyota have a console-game exclusivity deal with Polyphony Digital?
It’s time for another anniversary in the automotive world. This time around it’s Abarth, which is celebrating its 70th birthday this year. To celebrate this milestone, we are dedicating this week’s Want to one of the company’s giant killers, the 1000TC.