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.

2015 BMW 3-series facelift to bring new three-cylinder engines

Updated BMW 3-series to bring frugal new engines and plug-in hybrid model and a higher-quality cabin when it goes on sale this summer

30 January 2015
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Ford Thunderbird

Ford Thunderbird road test, 27 January 1961 - Throwback Thursday special

This year, we're eagerly awaiting the arrival of the new Ford Mustang. But 54 years ago the Ford Thunderbird was making headlines

29 January 2015
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Volvo to focus on plug-in hybrid models, but full EVs also ready

Volvo has electric cars waiting in the wings, but will concentrate on plug-in hybrids until the market's ready

26 January 2015
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Talbot Horizon road test, 19 January 1980 - Throwback Thursday special

Billed as the ideal antidote to rising fuel costs, the Talbot Horizon came with a 1.4-litre engine and electronic gadgets galore, but was it any good?

22 January 2015
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New Volvo XC90 revealed

2015 Volvo XC90 – new ultra-luxury model set for Shanghai show

Swedish firm's new seven-seat SUV sits on an all-new platform and comes loaded with new technology and engines

22 January 2015
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Mercedes-Benz to push future technology

After the launch of its F015 concept, Mercedes says the key to complex new tech is to make it relevant and palatable to customers

22 January 2015
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Mercedes-Benz Shooting Brakes winning young buyers

Mercedes' range of lifestyle estates, which is soon to be joined by the new CLA Shooting Brake, is drawing in younger buyers for the brand

21 January 2015
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Volvo plans to grow Cross Country brand

As Volvo gets ready to launch the S60 Cross Country, it says it wants to exploit its sub-brand more aggressively in future

21 January 2015
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Jeep plans further expansion after bumper sales in 2014

Jeep had record worldwide sales of more than one million cars last year, but is targeting to nearly double that by 2018

20 January 2015
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Jeep styling to evolve before 2018

Jeep looks to broaden its appeal over the next few years with a styling overhaul and different looks for different cars

19 January 2015
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