Bentley Flying Spur

Why a chauffeur ride in a Bentley Flying Spur can be better than driving

The back seat of the new V8 S version of Crewe's big-selling limo is the perfect place to properly experience the Goodwood hillclimb

by Matt Saunders
24 June 2016
Goodwood Festival of Speed

What the Honda NSX can learn from a weekend of motorsport

Honda is watching closely to see how the new NSX is received at the Goodwood Festival of Speed, but officials also have their eye on another competition: Pikes Peak

by Mark Tisshaw
24 June 2016
Goodwood Festival of Speed
Ariel Nomad

Opinion: Why Ariel should build an electric limousine

Ariel boss Simon Saunders discussed the possibility of creating a chauffeur-driven limousine. We consider how it could look and handle

by Matt Prior
24 June 2016
Industry
Tesla at Goodwood Festival of Speed

Tesla takes its place in history at the 2016 Goodwood Festival of Speed

One stand is busier than any other at Goodwood today – and it belongs to a firm with next to no history or heritage

by Jim Holder
23 June 2016
Goodwood Festival of Speed
Goodwood Festival of Speed 2016

Goodwood Festival of Speed 2016: the best sculpture yet?

Not even a thunderstorm, heavy rain and mud underfoot can dampen the enthusiasm as the 2016 Goodwood Festival of Speed gets under way

by Jim Holder
23 June 2016
Goodwood Festival of Speed
jlr diesel

Jaguar Land Rover: behind the doors of its Wolverhampton engine plant

On a 120-acre site close to the M54 motorway, JLR's new factory is set to produce 1200 engines a day

by Julian Rendell
21 June 2016
Industry
Bentley Mulsanne Extended Wheelbase

2016 Bentley Mulsanne EWB launched with NASA gigapixel image

If printed this giant image is as big as a football pitch; it's made up of 53 billion pixels

by Sam Sheehan
21 June 2016
New cars
Morgan Aero 8

What used cars should our political leaders drive?

David Cameron spent £1500 on a Micra for his wife, but we think he should have gone for the Morgan Aero 8 instead

by James Ruppert
21 June 2016
Industry

Has technology steamrollered reliability at Le Mans?

The introduction of hybridization and other new technology that’s made Le Mans racers far more complex could be affecting their reliability

by Autocar
20 June 2016
Le Mans
MXGP Matterley Basin

Motocross riders are proof that motor sport competitors are a breed apart

Whether it is resting an elbow on the asphalt or semi-crashing over a motocross jump, motor sport competitors go where most of us fear to tread

by Tim Dickson
20 June 2016
Motorsport

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  • Ford S-Max Vignale
    First Drive
    24 June 2016
    The Ford S-Max Vignale is the company's premium executive express. Can it really be worth the extra over the standard S-Max?
  • Volkswagen Scirocco GTS
    First Drive
    23 June 2016
    Still a really fun and likeable coupé but the extra power doesn't justify the VW Scirocco GTS's high price
  • Ford Fiesta ST200
    First Drive
    23 June 2016
    Fresh from testing it abroad, we've just got our hands on the Ford Fiesta ST200 for a blat on UK roads
  • Alpina B4 Biturbo Convertible
    First Drive
    23 June 2016
    Alpina's appealing BMW M4 alternative arrives in convertible form with a more relaxed nature than BMW's M car but still impressive performance and handling
  • Infiniti QX30
    First Drive
    21 June 2016
    Likeable for its fair refinement and comfort, and that quirky rarity factor, but small inside and with merely adequate handling