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.
Infiniti Q60 interior

Japanese craftsmanship - what are we missing?

Is it time to take note of Japanese interior design? Infiniti certainly thinks so and is doing its best to blow the likes of Audi and BMW out of the water

20 July 2016
Blog
Infiniti Q45
Infiniti's first car, the Q45

Why Infiniti's new petrol engine could be the breakthrough the company needs

Infiniti has struggled to prove itself as a premium-brand contender, but the arrival of a new petrol engine with V6 power and diesel economy could change that

18 July 2016
Blog
Infinti QX50 imagined by Autocar
Infinti QX50 imagined by Autocar

Infiniti to launch 'revolutionary' petrol engine and new SUV

The ageing QX50's replacement, autonomous tech and an advanced petrol engine are coming

18 July 2016
News
Audi V8 engine

All-new Audi V8 engine to be the last of its kind

Audi is starting to move towards electric powertrains with a hope that by 2025, 25% to 35% of its range will be battery-electric vehicles

7 July 2016
News
Citroën Aircross

Citroën 'reboot' to include electric cars and more expressive design

Linda Jackson, the British CEO of Citroën, says two electric vehicles are due by 2020

29 June 2016
News
Citroën C3

New Citroën C3 supermini reflects C4 Cactus styling

New C3 supermini gets major customisation options with 36 possible colour combinations; three petrol engines also offered

29 June 2016
News
Bentley Arnage
Bentley Arnage

How the Porsche MSB platform will transform future Bentleys

Porsche-developed MSB architecture will improve handling and weight-distribution of future Bentley models

28 June 2016
Blog
Paris
The Parisian emissions restrictions will become progressively stricter until 2020

Paris older car ban: classic cars now exempt

New restrictions designed to lower pollution levels will ban cars registered before 1997, but classics more than 30 years old will be exempt

27 June 2016
News
Audi A5

Analysis: How does Audi seduce its buyers?

Finely polished vehicles with precision-made interiors are just a few of the factors which attract consumers to the brand

17 June 2016
Blog
Citroen Cactus

Why Citroën and Mazda are putting an emphasis on comfortable cars

Two manufacturers are bucking the trend for dynamic vehicles by creating softer-riding, more comfortable vehicles, and it is a welcome move

16 June 2016
Blog

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    26 July 2016
    An expensive but entertaining, intriguing and very usable road-going track car whose rarity may eventually underwrite its high price
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    26 July 2016
    French fashion brand Givenchy has come together with DS for a special edition DS 3. Is it now any closer to the class leaders?
  • 2016 Audi Q7 e-tron
    First Drive
    26 July 2016
    Plug-in hybrid Q7 promises economy of 156.9mpg and BIK rates of 10%. It’ll take you a while to recoup the £10k premium over a standard Q7, though
  • MG GS Exclusive DCT
    First Drive
    22 July 2016
    MG's crossover in self-shifting, top-spec form has limited appeal at this price
  • Lexus GS450h F Sport
    First Drive
    22 July 2016
    The Lexus GS450h might offer plenty of pace and reasonable running costs on paper, but diesel alternatives make more sense