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Jaguar's new four cylinder 2.0-litre Ingenium diesel engine comes with either 161bhp or 178bhp outputs
Ford's new muscle car has landed in Europe with improvements to its ride and steering and a bargain price
Tesla's Model S receives uprated motors, four-wheel drive and ridiculous levels of acceleration
Mulsanne gets the Speed treatment but doesn't lose what's traditionally been brilliant about Bentleys in the process
Early drive of 11th generation best-seller hints at improved steering and ride qualities, while less weight increases this Astra's agility, too
Vitara shreds its old-school roots to return as a lighter, lower SUV
Revised diesel 1 Series packs a solid punch but lacks the compelling nature required to merit its premium
Petrol executive saloons aren't about to outsell their diesel brethren any time soon - but that doesn't mean they're bad cars, as this XE proves.
The Superb never had a problem with space but for 2015 it gets even more. It's also lighter, cleaner, more frugal and better equipped.
Whether the original BMW X5 M has diluted the brand is a moot point. However, there's no doubt that this second iteration is a cracking car
The original S-Max was a game changer – your only option if you wanted a fun, seven-seat MPV. The new model aims to be the same, only better.
Lamborghini Huracan GT3 will complete in the 2015 Blancpain GT Series