Jim Holder Editor

Covered everything from F1 and the WRC to stock car racing and autograss while spending more than a decade at Autosport and Motorsport News. Switched from being editor of What Car? to editor at Autocar. Then went back to What Car? for a second spell... before returning to Autocar once again.

2016 Toyota crossover spotted testing

Production version of C-HR concept will rival the Nissan Qashqai when it is launched next year

25 August 2015
News

Citroen C4 Cactus M convertible to be previewed with Mehari-inspired concept

Citroen hints at Cactus M name and trademarks e-Mehari, which could hint at electric four-wheel drive version of the car

24 August 2015
News

Fast SUVs are becoming mainstream

The Range Rover Sport SVR has shown that performance SUVs can become halo models, so it's only natural that other manufacturers will want a slice of the action

20 August 2015
Blog

What's the best way to see Paris? From the back of a DS, of course

Visitors to the French capital can now enjoy a guided tour in a DS 21 – and it's a charming way to see the city

17 August 2015
Blog

New Lexus LS tipped to mark 25th anniversary

Next-generation luxury saloon could be seen at this year's Tokyo motor show

10 August 2015
News

How small could a Hyundai SUV go?

The market for compact crossovers in Europe is growing, but how small is too small?

5 August 2015
Blog

Throwback Thursday - Cars for under £100, 12 June 1976

What could £100 buy you in 1976? Well, if you're an Autocar used car columnist, the choice needn't be limited

5 August 2015
News

Hyundai uncertain on sports car future

Hyundai's plans to launch a sports car based on 2014's PassoCorto concept have been shelved, for now

5 August 2015
News
A weather beaten Brands Hatch on Sunday

In praise of Britain’s motorsport marshals, and Brands Hatch

A soggy day at Brands Hatch lifts the spirits - and highlights the work of some unsung heroes

27 July 2015
Blog
This Autocar image shows how the new Tesla Model 3 could look

Tesla Model 3 to be revealed in March 2016

Tesla Model 3 on sale in mid-2017; all-electric rival to BMW 3 Series

23 July 2015
News

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