Andrew Frankel Senior contributing writer

Talents are limited to "driving cars and writing English." In 19th century France he would, therefore, have been stuffed; as it is, Andrew is the perfect Autocar road test writer.

The first, worst, fastest and best Porsche 911 GTs

Some standout models in the 911 GT story so far, as chosen by Autocar

22 August 2015
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Three generations of the Porsche 911 GT3 tested

Has Porsche’s 911 GT3 improved with each passing generation or become sanitised by modern demands and nannying tech?

15 August 2015
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These are the latest pictures of Aston Martin's DB9 replacement

2017 Aston Martin DB11 - latest spy pictures show new interior

Aston Martin's DB9 replacement will get a twin-turbo AMG V12 engine, as latest test mules show new interior

14 August 2015
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2016 Mercedes-AMG E63 spotted testing

New hot E-Class could get as much as 600bhp from its twin-turbocharged V8 engine

6 August 2015
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From the archives - Terrafugia's Transition flying car

Fresh from its maiden voyage at the 2012 New York motor show, we find out more about Terragugia's flying car

24 July 2015
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Driving the iconic Ferrari Dino

Ferrari is reviving the iconic ‘Dino’ name after a four-decade absence. We drive an original to see what the new one needs to be like

10 July 2015
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The hardcore Mercedes-AMG GT is said to have received approval from Mercedes-AMG boss Tobias Moers

2016 Mercedes-AMG GT3 - latest spy pictures

Mercedes-AMG will launch a hardcore variant of its GT sports car in 2016, with as much as 600bhp coming from its V8 engine

9 July 2015
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Jaguar's F-Type at Goodwood - Bloodhound SSC's chase car

At the Goodwood Festival of Speed Jaguar revealed a modified F-Type that will be tasked with keeping pace with the 1000mph Bloodhound car - and we've driven it

29 June 2015
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'Pure' Porsche 911 GT planned

Porsche plots back-to-basics GT-badged 911 with a focus on driver involvement rather than lap times

3 June 2015
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How the Porsche Cayman GT4 is inspiring the new 911 GT

To understand why Porsche will now build its back-to-basics 911, you need only look as far as the Cayman GT4

3 June 2015
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