My fleet is changing, so what have I bought this time?

Buying a car for a novice driver can be both illuminating and frustrating

The junior member of the Ruppert clan has a newly issued driving licence, so it is time to brave the forecourts to sniff out a suitable motor

by James Ruppert
6 October 2014
New cars
How can Ferrari fix its Formula 1 woes?

How can Ferrari fix its Formula 1 woes?

Sebastian Vettel is expected to join the Maranello-based team next season, but it will need more big signings to fight back to the top in F1

by Andrew Frankel
10 October 2014
F1 2014
Britain’s Best Driver’s Car: Why it’s still the most important date in the diary

Britain’s Best Driver’s Car: Why it’s still the most important date in the diary

After 25 years of tests and results we returned to Castle Combe for the annual Britain's Best Driver's Car assessment

by Matt Prior
10 October 2014
New cars
Zenos Cars - a place where the customer is king

Zenos Cars - a place where the customer is king

The way Zenos is courting new customers is as refreshing as it is unique. All other small British sports car makers should take note.

by Steve Sutcliffe
9 October 2014
New cars
The time is right for Audi to think big with its TT

An expanded Audi TT line-up is now inevitable

Why the TT is the centrepiece of Audi's plans to swell its model range from 50 models to 60

by Mark Tisshaw
1 October 2014
Paris motor show
The new 500X is Fiat's last chance, and one it's grabbing with both hands

The new 500X is Fiat's last chance, and one it's grabbing with both hands

Fiat is chasing big numbers with the launch of its new compact SUV, promising a car that both new and current customers will love

by Hilton Holloway
6 October 2014
Paris motor show
The XE might be Jaguar's star, but it didn't take the spotlight in Paris

The XE might be Jaguar's star, but it didn't take the spotlight in Paris

Jaguar new saloon wasn't the main talking point at the motor show, where concept hits and misses and rumours of a new Ford GT took centre stage

by Andrew Frankel
3 October 2014
Paris motor show
Can you imagine ever choosing a Cadillac over an Audi?

Can you imagine ever choosing a Cadillac over an Audi?

Cadillac has had several unsuccessful swings at the European market, but this time there are some surprising elements to its battle plan

by Chas Hallett
2 October 2014
Paris motor show
Land Rover Discovery Sport revealed

Ignore the hoopla - the Land Rover Discovery Sport looks devilishly good

A bizarre and colourful Paris launch demonstrated just how much enthusiasm and capital the Land Rover brand has at the moment

by Nic Cackett
2 October 2014
Paris motor show
Volkswagen calls the pace of the green technology race into question

Volkswagen calls the pace of the green technology race into question

The German car giant's bosses are concerned about the pressure they are under to slash emissions, and legislators would do well to listen

by Hilton Holloway
2 October 2014
Paris motor show

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