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Autocade Yearbook 2024 cover
Autocade Yearbook 2024 contents page
MG Cyberster in Autocade Yearbook 2024
Bloodlines diagram in Autocade Yearbook 2024
Lamborghini Miura in Autocade Yearbook 2024
Iranian cars in Autocade Yearbook 2024

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Founded in 2008, Autocade began as a comprehensive online resource—some might even say encyclopædia—of cars, covering the topic in a geographically unbiased way. By the 2020s, the website was serving a million page views every two to three months.

In 2023, with traffic at a high, we felt it was time to develop Autocade further.

What makes Autocade tick? The global coverage would obviously continue. We saw it as a beautiful collectible, a publication that people would treasure and enjoy reading. You’d be entertained, and there’d be real heart behind the stories. It also had to be accessible price-wise.

It’s not just about horsepower and torque, but the human stories behind the motor car, the design and thinking that go into one, and what it means in society. There is discussion on new cars and classics, bringing history into sharp relevance for the 2020s, especially when we examine their bloodlines.

Autocade features behind-the-scenes stories, stunning visuals and considered writing.

Our first effort is a homage to the automotive yearbooks of yesterday, brought into the mid-2020s in an attractive volume. No wonder it received endorsements from Top Gear’s William Woollard and the award-winning automotive authority and former Classic and Sports Car editor Giles Chapman.


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