The Intercooler podcast covers all things cars, driving and motorsport, plus the latest car news. Hosted by Ti co-founders Dan Prosser and Andrew Frankel. Find The Intercooler on Instagram @the.intercooler
DriveNation has a new name – welcome to The Intercooler! Plus Ferrari back at Le Mans #49
We've rebranded DriveNation with a new name and a shiny new look. Dan and Andrew explain the name change, discuss Ferrari coming back to Le Mans and talk about driving the cars they loved as kids.
The McLaren Artura and a new era at McLaren. Plus e-fuels and the confusing Polestar 1 #48
In episode #48 of the DriveNation podcast we talk about the McLaren Artura, the hybrid supercar that signals the start of a new era for the British manufacturer. We've sat inside it –here's why it should be brilliant to drive. We also talk about...
All the details on the new Porsche 911 GT3, plus why rallying is the best form of motorsport #47
In this episode of the podcast we talk about the new Porsche 911 GT3, which now has more than 500bhp and double wishbone front suspension for the very first time. We bring you all the technical details, the power and performance stats, talk about why...
Talking Toyota: the GR Yaris with 300bhp and how to make the next GT86 even better (plus Lotus and TVR) #46
We look back on a handful of recent DriveNation posts on Instagram, including Andrew's review of the new base model Porsche Taycan. We also discuss Litchfield's tuning upgrades for the mighty Toyota GR Yaris, plus how the next GT86 could be improved....
Singer, Alfaholics, Eagle and more. Why restomods seem to be taking over the car world #45
Restmod companies like Singer Vehicle Design, Alfaholics, Eagle and GTO Engineering are producing some of the most beautiful car creations out there right now. We talk about why these cars have become so popular and look ahead to a time when affordable...
Lotus: out with the old, in with the new. Plus how DriveNation was conceived three years ago #44
We discuss the big news from Lotus this week, which will see the current Elise, Exige and Evora axed before the end of the year to be replaced by an all-new line-up of performance cars. The first new model will be what's currently known as the Type 131...