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.

2015 DS 5 BlueHDI 150 S&S review

The DS 5 is hard to pigeonhole but it works as a package. Impressive French-style long-range cruiser, albeit at strong money for an unproven brand

21 May 2015
First Drive
Renault-Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn was described as being "furious" at the news

Renault angered by new French finance laws

French government secretly raises its stake in Renault and passes new laws in a bid to influence the firm’s operations

18 May 2015
News
The Toyota Production System has been highly influential in mass manufacturing

How Toyota reinvented the car factory

Created like a giant Scalextric track, the Japanese company’s new production line is set to revolutionise the way that it makes cars

14 May 2015
News
Manufacturers could save millions by using common parts, says FCA

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles calls for widespread components sharing

FCA claims car makers could save billions by sharing more under-the-skin parts

11 May 2015
News
The new government must submit a plan to reduce smog by 31 December

Court orders government to cut smog

The UK has until the end of the year to draft a plan to dramatically cut pollution

9 May 2015
News
Porsche's electric saloon is tipped to go on sale in 2017-2018

Porsche to take on BMW 5 Series with new electric saloon

Porsche is planning a radical new executive saloon, which could offer as much as 420bhp and an electric range of 265 miles

4 May 2015
News
The CrossBlue Coupé will follow the CrossBlue SUV into production in the US

Volkswagen plans new SUV assault on US market

Five-strong line-up of new SUVs will look to address flagging sales in the US market

28 April 2015
News
Piech's career spanned the creation of the Porsche 917 to become the head of the supervisory board

Piech's ousting from VW is not the final act

Ferdinand Piech's resignation as head of the VW supervisory board is the beginning, not the end, of a battle for VW's future

27 April 2015
Blog
World record holder Andy Green flies jet fighters for a living

It's not easy being green - how to crack 1000mph

We sit down with the fastest man on wheels, RAF Wing Commander Andy Green, to discuss the challenge that lies ahead

25 April 2015
News
Shown in March this year, Aston calls the DBX an all-wheel drive GT crossover'

Aston Martin could build new plant in Alabama

Building new facility near the Mercedes factory 'could make sense' says company chief

24 April 2015
News

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  • First Drive
    21 May 2015
    The DS 5 is hard to pigeonhole but it works as a package. Impressive French-style long-range cruiser, albeit at strong money for an unproven brand
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    21 May 2015
    The industry's biggest power makes a plug-in hybrid for the masses
  • First Drive
    21 May 2015
    The 4C improves, and the Spider is a good conversion, but it remains dynamically troubled and absurdly expensive
  • First Drive
    21 May 2015
    More traction and nothing separating Jag's monstrous V8 mouthpiece from your ears. It's the shoutiest, priciest F-Type on sale, but is it the best?
  • First Drive
    20 May 2015
    The C63 may have lost its big V8, but its replacement makes it difficult to mourn