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Epic Failures - 50 Great Motoring Cock-Ups

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  • Top Gear's Countdown of the Top 50 epic failures of the motoring industry
  • From designing disasters by Ford to marketing disasters by Toyota and more
  • F1 drivers being run over by marshalling cars and Grand Prix conspiracies
  • By Richard Porter, script writer and contributing editor to Top Gear magazine
  • In hardback - 128 pages - Perfect for petrol heads everywhere 
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Top Gear has given us the world's most popular TV show with three of the world's most obnoxious presenters. This gift book of Epic Failures provides Top Gear's take on some of motoring's biggest marketing and design disasters. Whether it's Ford designing a car that looks like a lady's nether parts, Toyota accidentally calling their car ‘the merde' (in France) or Mitsubishi unveiling their new ‘Starion' after mishearing calls from head office in Japan to call it the ‘Stallion', the list of great motoring cock-ups of our time is a long and distinguished one so Top Gear has delved deep into the annals of motoring history to bring you the definitive list that the automotive industry would rather forget. 


The definitive guide to the top 50 of Motoring Scew-ups, this countdown of crap cars and mistakes is narrated in the Top Gear inimitable style. 
Ideal for petrol heads who like to spend time in their backyard shed or garage and for fans of the history of motoring in general. Makes a great Christmas stocking filler, or secret Santa gift.  
 

About the Author
Richard Porter is script editor for BBC's Top Gear and contributing editor for Top Gear magazine. He has written over 10 Top Gear titles, including the bestselling Big Book of Top GearThe Top Gear Alternative Highway Code and How to Parachute into a Moving Car.

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