Roman Reveals His £8.5million Fleet of Supercars: Abramovich Enjoys Private Track Day at Nurburgring

A round of applause for Roman Abramovich please, as this week the billionaire has given us one of the worst cases of car-envy we’ve ever known.

During a track day that most motorists could only ever dream of, the Chelsea FC owner revealed his multimillion pound collection of luxury supercars. The fleet features a whole host of famous marques, including entrants from Ferrari, Bugatti, Aston Martin and Mercedes.

World’s First Ever TITANIUM CAR Goes On Sale for a Cool £2million

Titanium is one of the few metals that can rival steel in the strength stakes – but did you know it’s actually 45% lighter? These two qualities combined mean it should be ideal for building sports cars, but as the metal is notorious for being incredibly hard to work with (it’s hard to hammer, press and mould into shape), you don’t see many.

Until now.

Legendary TV Cars Up For Sale

Try to name a classic TV show with a covered car transporter in every episode, and there’s not many options – in fact most people, if not everybody, would come up with the same answer.

You have to go back to September 1982 for the first broadcast of Knight Rider, one of the greatest shows ever made, and one in which the vehicles were as much the stars as the actors themselves.

What’s on at the Geneva Motor show 2015

Petrol heads the world over are revving their engines for the Geneva Motor Show 2015, which takes place from 5th till 15th March 2015. The show, which is now in its 85th year, celebrates the best in motoring that the world has to offer, and unveils new models from some of the world’s best car manufacturers. As specialists in transporting luxury cars, Ontime Automotive are no strangers to motor shows. Here we run down some of the more eye-catching and exciting cars that are being featured at this year’s Geneva Motor Show.

4 most anticipated cars of 2015


As we enter the final months of 2014, car manufacturers around the world are unveiling their models for the upcoming year.

Innovations and upgrades are being made in all sectors of the automotive market – and while it’s impossible to choose a ‘top’ four from such a wide range, here are four of the biggest developments across the different categories. As specialists in luxury and international car transport, we see our fare share of some of the world’s best cars, but that doesn’t stop us from getting exited about next year’s new models. Here’s our countdown of the ones to watch for 2015.

Car Transportation: The New Age

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We’re living in the 21st century now, and automotive engineering is going in several directions at once.

There’s the supercars of course, which seem to pack an ever increasing amount of horsepower under the hood, and there’s the eco-friendly hybrids, which seem to get an ever increasing number of miles out of a few batteries and a mains electricity plug.

In some cases there’s both – the Tesla Roadster hits 60mph in 3.7 seconds, with zero emissions and a range of over 200 miles on full charge.

Self-Driving Cars


What does the future hold? It’s one of life’s great mysteries, but for petrolheads the good news is that there are always new models of car coming on to the market, giving us something to read about, watch on TV, and try to get a turn behind the wheel of.

But one development might stop us from doing the last of those things, because the ‘car of the future’ may ultimately not need a driver at all.

That sadly doesn’t mean we can expect to see a vehicle like Total Recall’s Johnny Cab taking to the streets anytime soon – and a plastic chauffeur probably isn’t in the works at all – but it might mean that in the years to come, we will all be passengers.

Perfect Cars For Summer

Every rainy day of the British summer has people fretting that autumn is here already – but if you’re smart, you know that there’s a good chance of sunny days until well into September.

In recent years we’ve even had autumnal heatwaves, bringing a week of strong sunshine and above-average temperatures as late as October.

When the weather forecast turns positive, there’s few better feelings than to jump into your car and take a drive through the countryside, or down to the coast – and here’s our pick of the best vehicles for the job.

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