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+
Land Rover Discovery spied with little disguise

2017 Land Rover Discovery: new pictures show SUV almost undisguised

Land Rover’s fifth-generation, seven-seat SUV promises radical new looks, a significant weight loss and a more upmarket cabin

25 August 2016
News
Alex Zanardi

Alex Zanardi on F1, CART and the Olympics

From racing star to paralympic para-cycling champion, Alex Zanardi tells Autocar about his hopes for the Rio Paralympics and his racing future

14 August 2016
News
Mercedes-Benz E 350 d AMG Line

2016 Mercedes-Benz E 350 d AMG Line review

Luxurious and refined V6 Mercedes-Benz E-Class has a whiff of baby S-Class about it

8 August 2016
First Drive
Nissan BladeGlider

Should the Nissan BladeGlider be built?

Nissan says it has no plans to put the BladeGlider into production. We're not convinced

4 August 2016
Blog
Nissan BladeGlider

Dramatic Nissan BladeGlider concept returns

Innovative electric sports car has now been engineered as a fully working prototype with the help of Williams Advanced Engineering

4 August 2016
News
BMW's 50 years of BTCC

Silverstone Classic: 50 years of BMW saloon car racing

On BMW's centenary year, we take a look back through its history of British saloon car racing ahead of this weekend's Silverstone Classic

29 July 2016
News
Mazda Speedster

Next Mazda MX-5 will be lighter and more efficient than ever

Fifth-gen car will make use of carbonfibre to be more efficient than ever; it's not due before 2021

22 July 2016
News
Cadillac CT6 and XT5

Cadillac considers diesels and hybrids for European push

Brand aims for 1000 car sales across Europe for buyers who 'prefer to be different'; right-hookers on the cards for UK market

14 July 2016
News
Cadillac XT5 Platinum

2016 Cadillac XT5 Platinum review

Big US XT5 SUV is coming to Europe but not the UK, which is a relief on this evidence

14 July 2016
First Drive
Cadillac CT6 Platinum

2016 Cadillac CT6 Platinum review

Cadillac's new luxury saloon is good to drive but simply can't match European rivals when it comes to the bigger picture

14 July 2016
First Drive

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    First Drive
    26 August 2016
    The Citroën Grand C4 Picasso gets tweaked styling, improved tech and new personalisation options to keep it ahead of rivals
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    26 August 2016
    Wolfsburg celebrates the GTI’s 40th with its most extreme version yet
  • Kia Optima Sportwagon
    First Drive
    25 August 2016
    New Kia estate looks the part, has good space and handles tidily, but its engine's flexibility and refinement let it down
  •  Kia Optima PHEV
    First Drive
    25 August 2016
    Plug-in hybrid Optima is a practical, tax-efficient PHEV that undercuts rivals and fulfils its main remit well, but keen drivers need not apply
  • Lamborghini Huracán LP610-4 Spyder
    First Drive
    24 August 2016
    Awful driving position aside, drop-top Huracán handles UK roads well. It's more dynamically rounded than its rangemates, but lacks rivals' handling bite