Mark Tisshaw Deputy editor

As Autocar’s news man, Mark’s normally only interested in a new car if it’s still camouflaged in gaffer tape and tarpaulin, or there’s an industry exec stood next to it on a motor show stand. His nomadic existence between Autocar HQ in Teddington and East Anglia makes him one of the team’s most prolific motorway mile eaters. If it’s got a diesel engine, leather seats and an automatic gearbox, he’s normally first to the keys, but will always make an exception for a high-revving hot hatch. Follow Mark on Google+
BMW 3.0 CSL Hommage

BMW 3.0 CSL Hommage hints at future extreme production models

BMW shows a modern take on its classic 3.0 CSL model with a one-off creation that points towards possible lightweight production models

23 May 2015
News
Five- and seven-seat versions of the SUV will be offered

2016 Skoda SUV - latest spy pictures

Skoda's new large SUV, due in in 2016, will be closely related to the Volkswagen CrossBlue

20 May 2015
News
The Bentley Bentayga is continuing to shed its disguise ahead of its imminent reveal

2016 Bentley Bentayga SUV - new pictures

Bentley's first SUV, dubbed Bentayga, will go on sale in 2016 for a starting price upwards of £130,000

19 May 2015
News
This artist's impression shows how the Rolls-Royce Dawn is expected to look

Open-top Rolls-Royce Dawn confirmed for 2016

Convertible version of the Rolls-Royce Wraith will be called Dawn

12 May 2015
News
New Aston Martin DB10 is James Bond's new car for 2015 Spectre film
The Aston Martin DB10 is James Bond's new car for the upcoming Spectre film

Aston Martin DB10 and Jaguar C-X75 chase teased for new Bond film Spectre

First chase scene for 24th film in the James Bond series, Spectre, shows all-new Aston Martin DB10 and Jaguar C-X75

1 May 2015
News

New £126k McLaren 540C launched at Shanghai show

Entry-level model to the McLaren Sport Series range shown at the Shanghai show, complete with a 533bhp twin-turbo V8

20 April 2015
News
Range Rover Evoque versus LandWind X7 copycat – which is better?
Two Evoques – one authentic, the other less so – have been unveiled in China

Range Rover Evoque versus LandWind X7 copycat – which is better?

The row between Land Rover and LandWind has been stoked again, so our man compares the Chinese-market Evoque with LandWind's cheaper, unauthorised and startlingly similar version

20 April 2015
News
Mercedes-Benz's upcoming C-Class Coupé and Cabriolet models have been spotted testing

Mercedes-Benz prepares new C-Class Coupé and Cabriolet

Mercedes confirms Frankfurt motor show debut for new C-Class Coupé, with a Cabriolet model to follow in 2016

10 April 2015
News

2015 Kia Rio 2 1.4 review

Facelifted Kia supermini is wholly competent, but look elsewhere in this competitive class for a more inspiring drive

9 April 2015
First Drive

Radical SR1 Cup race diary: is it too soon to quit the day job?

A first (semi) competitive outing in the Radial SR1 Cup results in two trophies

8 April 2015
Blog

Pages

Find an Autocar car review

Driven this week

  • 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
  • Car review
    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