Porsche 944

Who else went for a drive over the weekend?

Much of Britain was bathed in sunshine on Saturday and Sunday. Did you enjoy it from behind the wheel?

by Sam Sheehan
8 August 2016
Anything goes
Should the Ford Focus RS have a Drift mode?

Is the Ford Focus RS's Drift mode dangerous?

Drift mode is for track use only, but could reckless road users use it to put pedestrians lives at risk?

by Matt Prior
5 August 2016
Nissan BladeGlider

Should the Nissan BladeGlider be built?

Nissan says it has no plans to put the BladeGlider into production. We're not convinced

by Mark Tisshaw
4 August 2016
Concept Cars
Mazda RX-8 may be a risky choice

Classic Japanese coupés for under £700: used buying guide

The average UK driver spends £695 a year on car maintenance. Could spending that money on a used coupé be a wiser option?

by James Ruppert
3 August 2016
Silverstone Classic 2016

Silverstone Classic and BTCC thrill me but Formula 1 still misses the mark

A weekend of watching fan-friendly motor racing highlighted just how disappointing modern grand prix racing can be for the enthusiast

by Matt Burt
2 August 2016
 Honda Africa Twin

Why I bought a Honda Africa Twin motorbike

Matt Prior is back on two wheels and loving life with Honda's adventure bike

by Matt Prior
29 July 2016
Tester’s notes

Bristol Bullet - riding shotgun in the new £250k speedster

Bristol’s Noamaan Siddiqi takes us for a ride to demonstrate how modern the Bullet is underneath its classic styling

by Steve Cropley
28 July 2016
New cars
British car production post Brexit sales

To buy a car or not to buy a car? The post-Brexit question

The new and used car market is set to be shaken by the Brexit vote, but it might not be all bad news

by Jim Holder
28 July 2016

Peugeot Citroën and DS - from bailout to premium profits

Two years ago PSA Group had to be bailed out by Dongfeng and the French government; today the multi-brand company is posting record-high profits

by Hilton Holloway
27 July 2016
New cars
Rallycross 2016

Designing a tyre to handle 1000bhp of power and 2000lb ft of torque

Electric racing cars wouldn't just change the sport - they'd also push the boundaries of tyre technology

by Jim Holder
27 July 2016


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Driven this week

  • Citroën C4 Grand Picasso
    First Drive
    26 August 2016
    The Citroën Grand C4 Picasso gets tweaked styling, improved tech and new personalisation options to keep it ahead of rivals
  • Car review
    26 August 2016
    Wolfsburg celebrates the GTI’s 40th with its most extreme version yet
  • Kia Optima Sportwagon
    First Drive
    25 August 2016
    New Kia estate looks the part, has good space and handles tidily, but its engine's flexibility and refinement let it down
  •  Kia Optima PHEV
    First Drive
    25 August 2016
    Plug-in hybrid Optima is a practical, tax-efficient PHEV that undercuts rivals and fulfils its main remit well, but keen drivers need not apply
  • Lamborghini Huracán LP610-4 Spyder
    First Drive
    24 August 2016
    Awful driving position aside, drop-top Huracán handles UK roads well. It's more dynamically rounded than its rangemates, but lacks rivals' handling bite