Hilton Holloway Associate editor

Hilton has two product design degrees and used to design mountain bikes. Realised that cars were a lot more interesting in 1990, and has been writing about them ever since.
Ford Mustang

Opinion - Ford follows Fiat-Chrysler by dashing away from the humdrum

The tastes of car buyers are changing, and mainstream car manufacturers such as Ford have to react if they want to stay on top

3 February 2016
Blog

Toyota’s Daihatsu takeover highlights the cheap car dilemma

As Toyota announces its complete acquisition of Daihatsu, what are they really up to?

29 January 2016
Blog
Alfa Romeo Sergio Marchionne plan

Fiat-Chrysler: kings of the unexpected

Sergio Marchionne makes shocking announcements for Alfa Romeo, Dodge and Chrysler, and less surprising ones about Jeep and Ram

28 January 2016
Blog
Rolls-Royce architecture

Rolls-Royce testing its all-new vehicle architecture

Aluminium spaceframe underpinnings appear in public during tests; will make production in 2018 and form the basis of all future Rolls-Royce cars

28 January 2016
News
Ford Fiesta ST

Ford pulls out of Japanese and Indonesian markets

The Blue Oval is closing its entire operations in Japan and Indonesia after failing to make significant headway in either market

25 January 2016
News
Genesis G90

2016 Genesis G90 review

Hyundai's new top-of-the-range luxobarge does quality and refinement supremely well but remains a fish out of water among blue-chip European and American r

21 January 2016
First Drive
Mini Countryman spied

2016 Mini Countryman: new details and spy pictures

Mini's all-new SUV is set for launch late in 2016 with updated styling, larger dimensions and the option of four-wheel drive

20 January 2016
News
Hyundai Ioniq revealed

Hyundai's new hybrid could challenge diesel in future

Hyundai's innovations in hybrid powertrains bring us one step closer to hybrid domination of the market

19 January 2016
Blog
Audi future cities

Audi vies to keep the car in future cities

Carmaker believes individual mobility will form an important part of future settlements; says car-to-x tech and underground carparks can help reduce congestion

13 January 2016
News
Jaguar E-Pace

Jaguar E-Pace compact SUV - mule could show first tests

This test car looks like a Range Rover Evoque, but it could be evaluating components for Jaguar's anticipated smaller SUV

11 January 2016
News

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