Jim Holder Former 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 and is now editing What Car? for a second spell.
The Mini Roadster was not a sales success; production ends in 2015

Mini Coupe and Roadster unlikely to be replaced

New, higher volume niches are likely to take priority, confirms marketing boss

26 February 2015
News
Next generation BMW M5 is likely to get four-wheel drive option

BMW M cars to get all-wheel drive

"Watch this space," says BMW marketing boss Ian Robertson

26 February 2015
News
Just 24 examples of the Aston Martin Vulcan will be made

Why Aston Martin is on the cusp of a new dawn

Confident special edition models such as the Vantage GT3 and Vulcan suggest Aston Martin is ready to fight back

25 February 2015
Blog

Rolls-Royce gets PM talking

David Cameron made his first visit to Goodwood for 12 years, but he's not likely to leave it so long until the next trip

18 February 2015
Blog
PM promises big investment in roads, if he gets re-elected

PM Cameron promises road network investment

Prime minister David Cameron has pledged to spend big on the road network if his party wins this year's general election

18 February 2015
News
An artist's rendering of how the Rolls-Royce SUV could look

Why an SUV can be a real Rolls-Royce

Rolls-Royce's history of adventure means its 4x4 should be welcome, not shocking

18 February 2015
Blog
Bentley Continental GT and Bentley Flying Spur facelifts revealed

Bentley Continental GT and Flying Spur facelifts revealed

More power and torque from W12 engine, plus interior and exterior styling changes

17 February 2015
News
Big change awaits the 911 - and the rest of Porsche’s sports cars

Why Porsche is right at the top of its game

Porsche's attention is about to shift back to its sports cars, but such is its success right now, not even turbocharging can't throw it off its stride

13 February 2015
Blog
Collard will race a BMW 1 Series

Race winner Rob Collard returns to BTCC

BMW 1 Series racer will compete with West Surrey Racing

13 February 2015
News
BPW Twist MA coached Autocar readers in the ways of controlled skidding

The ethics of skidding, 2 February 1934 - Throwback Thursday

'Controlled skidding' might be hazardous at this time of year, but Autocar has been schooling drivers in the ways of car control for over 80 years

5 February 2015
News

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    27 February 2015
    The second pure Mercedes-AMG model is a triumph of engineering and design, and should have rivals from Porsche and Audi worried
  • First Drive
    27 February 2015
    Dual motors and a power hike give Tesla's electric family car supercar acceleration - and the rest of the package is as strong as ever
  • Car review
    26 February 2015
    Flagship performance C-Class is more than ever a true rival for BMW's M3, and impresses with both its breadth of ability and its practicality
  • First Drive
    26 February 2015
    The new Renault Megane GT 220 is essentially a toned-down version of the hallowed Renaultsport 275, but does it have the required DNA?
  • First Drive
    20 February 2015
    Remember Mercedes' 6x6 monster off-roader? Well, this is the 4x4 version, and we've driven it.