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.
The new Jaguar XF will receive its public debut at the New York motor show next week

2015 Jaguar XF revealed - full pictures and details

Jaguar's high-tech new executive saloon will receive its public debut in New York next week, and will go on sale towards the end of the year

31 March 2015
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The new Vauxhall Astra is likely to go on sale towards the end of this year

2015 Vauxhall Astra spotted ahead of year-end debut

All-new Astra will offer better interior quality and new exterior styling, and looks set to be unveiled towards the end of this year

31 March 2015
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Jaguar Land Rover plans more Special Operations vehicles
The Range Rover Sport SVR is powered by a 5.0-litre supercharged V8 engine with 542bhp

Jaguar Land Rover's SVO lays out three-tier strategy

Special Vehicle Operations to focus on creating ‘ultimate’ luxury, off-road and sporting performance models

31 March 2015
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Toyota to 'reinvent' the car factory

Toyota reveals plans to revolutionise the car factory of the future, which will be able to grow or shrink its production line as required

26 March 2015
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Toyota shows off new TNGA architecture

Toyota goes back to basics to make 'ever-better cars'

Toyota has revealed a new platform that will underpin its future cars

26 March 2015
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F-Pace crossover is tipped to be sold in Tesla-rivalling all-electric guise

JLR expands UK R&D facilities to support electric car development

Battery-powered version of the F-Pace crossover is likely by 2018

25 March 2015
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The latest XC90 is the first production car to come from new Volvo designer Thomas Ingenlath

Volvo calls time on 'flashy' car design

Volvo design boss Thomas Ingenlath says premium cars must still contain premium content, and must not rely on big leaps in styling

24 March 2015
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BMW's premium position has been built up over decades, but the company's profit margins show why premium pays

The death of the middle market could trigger a premium re-birth

Rumours that a Asian carmaker may buy up a 'premium' brand is proof mass-market brands are in serious trouble

20 March 2015
Blog
The Fiat 500XL is scheduled to launch in 2016

Fiat Chrysler to begin new European push with SUVs

Fiat and Jeep plot new Nissan Qashqai rivals as Fiat abandons its mass-market hopes

20 March 2015
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The Ford GT interior was one of the first developed under Ford's new design philosophy

Ford to use brain scans as part of future interior design projects

Eye tracking and live brain scans will help Ford designers with next-generation interior design work

19 March 2015
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