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 @theintercooler
Bentley's astonishing back story #70
Founded by W.O. Bentley in 1919, Britain's world-famous luxury marque is known for its cars, its endurance racing success and its long-running relationship with Rolls-Royce. But the truly astonishing thing about Bentley is the cast of characters who brought its early years to life – known to all as the Bentley Boys.
The Aston Martin Valhalla and F1's new look #69
Aston Martin has revealed the production version of the Valhalla supercar. It certainly looks the part, but we have one major concern... We also discuss the promising 2022 Formula 1 regulations after a mock-up car was shown at Silverstone.
Why the new Lotus Emira is so promising #68
Lotus has revealed its competitor to the Porsche 718 Cayman – the future stability of the marque rests on its shoulders, but there's good reason to believe it'll be a hit. We've also driven the new Porsche 911 GT3 Touring and been up the hill at the Goodwood Festival of Speed in a pair of electric hypercars.
Cancelled! The greatest cars that never made production #67
From hot hatch to hypercar, these are the most promising performance cars that never made it past the prototype stage. Some were slated for production until the last moment and some we even got to drive. The car world would have been a richer place with the Yamaha OX99-11 in it...
296 GTB: Ferrari supercars now, then and in the future #66
The Ferrari 296 GTB is a hybrid mid-engined supercar with a twin-turbo V6 and more than 800bhp. Is it also all the reason anyone could possibly need to not buy the more expensive SF90? We talk about Ferrari's newest supercar, plus its current and future line-ups and six-cylinder Ferraris from the past.
Forgotten performance cars, from the Lotus Europa S to the Mitsubishi 3000GT #65
Why do some performance cars achieve icon status while others are almost forgotten altogether? Is it simply because certain cars just aren't that good? We ask why some performance cars fade from the public consciousness and run through some of the more interesting forgotten performance cars from across the ages.
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Easily the most thoughtful and detailed car podcast I’ve ever tuned into. Keep up the excellent work gentlemen.
Followed Dan from the EVO days and done a story or two over the years. Bloody great driver and super knowledgeable and techie. Really understands the little details. Great podcast!
There are a fair number of car-related podcasts out there at the moment, but from an enthusiast point of view there are few better.