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Dan Prosser and Andrew Frankel
The Intercooler
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 at
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4.9 stars from 862 ratings
Dan and Andrew have an uncommonly good chemistry, hearing them shoot the breeze is entertaining in and of it’s self! Great podcast. Only criticism is that from when Dan says “Welcome to the podcast” in the intro the music turns reeaaally tacky and sounds like it’s from some TV program from 2003...Read full review »
sageeeeeeee007 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 12/03/22
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apollokre1d via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/03/22
Episode 131
Excellent episode as usual, and what a shame that Citroën never made a road going rallyesque car as did Subaru & Mitsubishi. One quibble with the listener question though - I think the premise might be false. I can't find the source, but BMW provided torsional rigidity specs for the E46 3...Read full review »
shadowninja1099 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/11/22
Recent Episodes
Dan Prosser and Andrew Frankel talk about  VW Golf GTIs, Rs and VR6s – the highlights from almost 50 years of hot hatch history, plus the few examples that failed to live up to their billing. We've also been driving the new Golf R 20, which celebrates 20 years of VW's R brand.  You can now give...
Published 11/28/22
Dan Prosser and Andrew Frankel talk about Jaguar and why its survival is by no means guaranteed. Jaguar Land Rover CEO Thierry Bolloré stepped down last week, leaving the company in search of a new leader and perhaps needing a new plan for Jaguar as well.  You can now give a subscription to The...
Published 11/21/22
Published 11/21/22
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