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The journey begins
We're venturing deep into the countryside of the Himalayas in South Asia using a humble Skoda Yeti; what could possibly go wrong?
Photo: Andy Manston
Lizzie Pope, digital editor at Autocar’s sister title Practical Caravan, reflects on her co-driving baptism on the famed Scottish asphalt stage rally
Heavy commercial vehicles account for only 5% of road traffic yet half of cyclist fatalities, and London is taking action
Tesla Model Ss and Model Xs are being fitted with hardware for the future
Fitting cars with updatable hardware could halt the unsustainable trend of fast-paced consumption
Pioneering the movement of connected cars, Lynk&Co's first venture has the automotive world watching
An attempt to give the double World Rally champion directions around a San Marino special stage doesn't reveal hidden co-driving talents
Audi's current platform pushes engines right to the front
The MLB platform and its predecessors forced engines to be mounted far forward, with negative impacts on handling. That could all change soon
Citroen is set to make big saloons again, but why do most non-premium car makers have a problem selling them?
This is the new BMW 5 Series interior...
The interior of the new BMW 5 Series looks almost identical to that of the latest 7 Series. Whatever happened to variety?
Variety is the spice of life, but nutritional value keeps us alive. So, maybe the fact that the new BMW 5 Series looks like its predecessor isn't necessarily a bad thing