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.

Marchionne’s uncomfortable truths

FCA's Sergio Marchionne thinks the car industry is slowing destroying itself. Is he right?

3 September 2015
Blog
Martin Winterkorn will now be chairman of the VW Group until the end of 2018

Volkswagen extends boss Winterkorn's contract until 2018

Volkswagen's supervisory board extends boss Martin Winterkorn's contract to the end of 2018

2 September 2015
News

Facelifted DS4 revealed ahead of Frankfurt debut

Revised DS 4 hatch has been joined by a new Crossback variant and a line-up of refreshed engines

31 August 2015
News

Is DS heading in the right direction?

As the DS4 is reborn as both a hatch and a crossover, DS seems to be finding its feet as a standalone brand

31 August 2015
Blog

Next-generation Vauxhall Insignia spotted testing ahead of 2016 launch

Larger, more spacious Insignia will become a truly global model for Vauxhall, and will arrive with new engines and revised styling

28 August 2015
News
The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea ticketed Autocar's Cactus and then towed it away to the local compound 30 minutes later. The release fee was £265.

When highway robbery makes a loss

The government wants parking enforcement schemes to be fair and transparent, but local councils are stretching the rules to the limit

25 August 2015
Blog

Why Jaguar needs SUVs like the F-Pace

The F-Pace will be a revolution for Jaguar when it arrives in 2016, but it's not the only SUV being planned by the company

23 August 2015
Blog
Fiat will split its line-up into Emotional and Rational families

Fiat plans new European attack

Fiat range to be divided into 'Emotional' and 'Rational' arms, with a new 124 Spider planned to join 500s in Emotional family

17 August 2015
News

2015 Jaguar XF revealed - best-in-class residual values claimed

Jaguar's high-tech new executive saloon will go on sale in September, and is claimed to offer the best residual values of any premium executive saloon

17 August 2015
News
All four wheels are driven by a petrol-electric powertrain

Honda NSX delayed until 2016 - full spec, details, pictures

The Honda NSX supercar, a 550bhp hybrid with a twin-turbo V6 and three electric motors, has been delayed until 2016

14 August 2015
News

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Driven this week

  • First Drive
    3 September 2015
    First UK test of Fiat's best-selling city car, which has been overhauled for 2015
  • First Drive
    3 September 2015
    Volkswagen reveals the second generation of its high-riding Passat Alltrack estate. We drive it for the first time on German roads.
  • First Drive
    2 September 2015
    Kia facelifts its Cee'd and drops its six-speed torque converter in favour of a new seven-speed dual-clutch automatic gearbox in the process. We drive it for the first time
  • First Drive
    1 September 2015
    Kia has developed a better-mannered, more sophisticated Sportage for 2016
  • First Drive
    31 August 2015
    Thought the 3 Series was losing its edge? Well it's back, with a facelifted version that offers improved performance and dynamics. Does it reclaim its top spot after our drive on UK roads?