Ticket machine

Comment - Ticket machines: no longer a walk in the car park

An overcomplicated ticket machine in an ice rink car park leads Matt Prior to call for revolution. Ready your picket signs

by Matt Prior
30 March 2016
Tester’s notes
Laurin & Klement Type A Voiturette
The Laurin & Klement Type A Voiturette was where it all began, in 1905

Skoda's 25-year double revolution

Skoda and Volkswagen are celebrating 25 years together, but what was the Czech manufacturer like before it was taken under the VW wing? Get to know the manufacturer formerly behind the jokes

by Steve Cropley
28 March 2016
New cars
BMW M6 Competition Package

Low-emissions vehicles can offset the CO2 of high-performance models

CO2 legislation that focuses on a car maker’s range average should allow large engine models to survive – for now

by Sam Sheehan
27 March 2016
New York motor show
Mercedes E-Class
Can you guess how many miles this Mercedes E-Class has driven?

Why high-mileage cars should rule the roost

It's all too easy to be tempted by a hardly run-in Ferrari, but it's high-mileage metal that can really be a wise choice

by James Ruppert
25 March 2016
Used car buying guides
Chevrolet Camaro XL1

The American muscle car returns

American muscle cars are making a long-awaited comeback; if only more of them were available in the UK

by Andrew Frankel
24 March 2016
New York motor show
Nissan GT-R

What's in store for the Nissan GT-R next time around?

Despite a new facelift, Nissan's GT-R is beginning to show its age - so why is Nissan holding off on a new generation of the car?

by Steve Cropley
23 March 2016
New cars
Mazda MX-5 RF

Meet the man behind the new Mazda MX-5 RF's clever hard-top roof

The design of the new MX-5’s ‘retractable fastback’ roof took influence from exotic supercars and beautiful coupés, says its chief designer

by Sam Sheehan
23 March 2016
New York motor show
Jaguar XKSS

Reborn Jaguar XKSS opens up a new niche

Nine new Jaguar XKSS cars are due to be built; given the success of the Lightweight E-Type, they're bound to sell like hot cakes

by Andrew Frankel
23 March 2016
New cars
Mercedes GLC Coupé

Is Mercedes planning a GLC Coupé convertible?

Now that Mercedes has added the GLC Coupé to its range, it could follow Range Rover's Evoque and make a convertible version

by Andrew Frankel
23 March 2016
New cars

Why Subaru's new wave of products will help reinvent the manufacturer

Subaru's recent products have been disappointing, but a new platform could bring it back to its best

by Mark Tisshaw
23 March 2016
New York motor show

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