Matt Burt Head of Content, Haymarket Automotive

Matt’s introduction to motoring came when his parents bought him a red 1300cc Vauxhall Chevette E saloon, but he was a passionate motorsport anorak from an early age. It was fitting that he spent 14 years at Motorsport News before joining Autocar. Matt hails from the wild Cornish moors and his favourite weekend test route involves taking A303 and A30 to the Westcountry. He's a fan of the structural integrity of Suzuki Vitaras, having crash-tested in a snowy ditch in Norway... Follow Matt on Google+
Autocar's impression of how a Lotus SUV might look

Lotus forges joint-venture to build 'passenger vehicles' in China

A collaboration between owner Proton and industrial company Goldstar paves the way for the British-based firm to build Chinese-market cars

19 April 2015
News
Volkswagen e-Up, one of a fleet in Shanghai

Electric scooters rule Shanghai, but electric cars are playing catch-up

The adoption of electric vehicle power is on the rise in China's urban centres, but four wheels still have a lot of work to do to catch up with two

19 April 2015
Blog
Glenfrome Delta

Throwback Thursday - Secrets of a lost British supercar, 17 April 1985

A tiny company that would make its name in modified Range Rovers started out with an eye-catching supercar prototype

16 April 2015
News
Seat's 20V20 was revealed at the Geneva motor show in March

Polarising cars - get ready to love them or hate them

It's rare to see so many new cars that will have a Marmite relationship with customers. But love them or not, they're grabbing headlines everywhere

8 April 2015
Blog
The Seat 20V20 concept was unveiled at the Geneva motor show

Seat's 20V20 SUV driven

As more car buyers migrate to high-riding SUVs, Seat is exploring a future offering with this, its Iron Man-inspired 20V20 Geneva show concept.

6 April 2015
News
History of the British Touring Car Championship in pictures
It's Ford Capri versus Rover SD1 at Brands Hatch during 1982

History of the British Touring Car Championship in pictures

Since its inception in 1958 the BTCC has thrilled racing fans with doorhandle-to-doorhandle racing. Autocar looks back on more than five decades of action

3 April 2015
News
McLaren claims fuel economy of 25.5mpg and CO2 emissions of 258g/km for the 570S

New McLaren 570S Coupé - pricing, specifications and pictures

McLaren's entry-level Sports Series begins with the 570S, which goes on sale next month priced from £143,250

2 April 2015
News
The 570S is the first model in McLaren's new Sports Series

Why the 570S is so crucial for McLaren

The term 'entry-level' is relative in sports car terms, but the new £140,000 570S has kicked off the Sports Series range in a spectacular way

31 March 2015
Blog
Tank-style caterpillar tracks were regarded as the future, once

Throwback Thursday - Caterpillar tracks are the future, 25 March 1922

Before the road network matured, there seemed to be real potential in go-anywhere vehicles equipped with self-laying tracks

26 March 2015
News
Dunlop BTCC held its official launch event at Donington Park today (Tuesday)

Dunlop British Touring Car Championship secures 32-car entry

Five champions and a total of 11 manufacturers represented on the grid for this year's tin-top series, backed by Autocar, What Car? and Pistonheads

24 March 2015
News

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