The bosses of Toyota and Mazda signed the new agreement yesterday

The Toyota-Mazda tie-in is good news for car buyers

Two of the biggest Japanese manufacturers have linked up to share their advanced tech, meaning buyers will soon reap the benefits

by Darren Moss
14 May 2015

Why a £270,000 Aston Martin barn find makes financial sense

Are the prices commanded by dilapidated 'barn find' classics entirely unrealistic, or is there method in the madness?

by Lewis Kingston
14 May 2015
Red Bull's string of successes seems to have come to an end in 2015

Why Red Bull is giving me whinges

As Red Bull threatens to quit F1 yet again, it's becoming clear that maybe the sport would be better off without it

by Matt Burt
12 May 2015
F1 2015
The intensity of racing is as high as ever

Why the British Touring Car Championship is a great day out

A trip to Thruxton reminds me that the BTCC has all the ingredients for a great day out

by Jim Holder
11 May 2015
Rover 75 Tourer offers big room for small money

More useful wagons for bargain money

The theme of ‘big space for little money’ is back, here are some of my best bargain-buy estates

by James Ruppert
11 May 2015
New cars
We know from experience that Jaguar can do both extreme, and well-rounded

Jaguar's hot XE - success is there for the taking

As Jaguar prepares a hardcore XE, we're reminded that the British firm has pedigree in producing true driver's cars at both ends of the scale

by Jim Holder
10 May 2015
New cars
Jaguar's hot XE is destined to rival the BMW M3

Can Jaguar really build a BMW M3 rival?

A hardcore XE might be just the model to crown Jaguar's 3 Series-rivalling range, and could well prove to be a worthy adversary to the M3

by John McIlroy
10 May 2015
New cars
1977 Ferrari 308 GTB - passenger ride

Riding shotgun in a 1977 Ferrari 308 GTB

Ahead of the car's appearance at Salon Privé in September, Doug Revolta was taken out for a spin in the mid-engined V8 with its owner

by Doug Revolta
8 May 2015
Salon Prive
The facelifted BMW 3 Series goes on sale in the UK this July

Why the BMW 3 Series facelift is so important

Tweaked rather than redesigned it may be, but the 2015 BMW 3 Series is a more significant car than ever

by Jim Holder
7 May 2015
New cars
Weather couldn't deter supercar owners

Autocar's Ferrari FF joins Goodwood's fast family

Our long-term Ferrari is used to being the centre of attention everywhere it goes, but there's no guarantee of that when you're lining up at Goowood

by Steve Cropley
5 May 2015
Anything goes


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    29 May 2015
    New compact Vauxhall shows lots of promise, but sluggish performance and intrusive road noise leave it trailing its rivals
  • First Drive
    28 May 2015
    BMW's luxurious coupé has been given a style refresh and more equipment. This is our first chance to drive the popular 640d Coupe on UK roads
  • First Drive
    28 May 2015
    We drive Ssangyong's new small SUV, which isn't up with the best in class but is certainly worth consideration as a budget option
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    26 May 2015
    Hardcore 493bhp GT3 RS represents a new level for the Porsche 911 - faint hearts need not apply
  • First Drive
    25 May 2015
    Track drive of Lamborghini's astonishing limited-run special, the Aventador LP750-4 Superveloce