Matt Burt Editor, Autocar

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+
Adrian Newey and Marek Reichman interview Autocar

Adrian Newey and Marek Reichman on the AM-RB 001 hypercar

Red Bull and Aston Martin have teamed up to produce a car that they say will be ground-breaking; we speak to two of the main men behind it

1 May 2016
News
Jaguar F-Type Project Predator

Jaguar F-Type R with 650bhp revealed by tuning company VIP Design

Overhauled Jaguar F-Type Project Predator features a package of engine tweaks that push the coupé's 5.0-litre supercharged V8 up to 650bhp

25 April 2016
News
Sinclair C5

The launch of the Sinclair C5, 16 January 1985 - Throwback Thursday

Back in 1985, Sinclair showed modern electric car manufacturers how it's not done with the launch of the C5. Autocar was on the case to offer an expert opinion

21 April 2016
News
DS E-Tense Concept

DS E-Tense Concept out in Paris after boss hints at production

PSA chief Carlos Tavares has hinted that the battery-powered, all-wheel-drive technology showcase could have a future as a production car

20 April 2016
News
Aston Martin Vulcan hypercar

EXCLUSIVE: Aston Martin Vulcan gets road conversion kit

Engineering company RML will be on hand to convert the £1.8m track-only masterpiece for road use

19 April 2016
News
Audi R18 Silverstone

Meet the man who drives Audi Sport forward on the race track

Wolfgang Ullrich has overseen each of Audi's famous Le Mans victories but his desire to win in racing remains as strong as ever

17 April 2016
Blog

Aston Martin DB11 technology to influence future models

Forthcoming Aston Martin cars like the Vantage will share features, such as architecture, introduced on the DB11

7 April 2016
News
Frazer Tickford Aston Martin Cygnet

The £12,000 baby Aston Martin, 17 October 1981 - Throwback Thursday

Think the Aston Martin Cygnet was the first car of its type? Think again; the Frazer Tickford did it 35 years ago, with an Austin Metro as its donor car

7 April 2016
News
Circuit of Wales

TVR not affected by fresh doubt over Circuit of Wales - updated

The revived sports car company says it will press on with plans to locate in south Wales regardless of the fate of the track project

6 April 2016
News
Citroën DS Peugeot

PSA Group confirms return to North American car market

The Peugeot, Citroën and DS brands are due to enter the North American car market under a ten-year plan laid out by company chief Carlos Tavares

5 April 2016
News

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  • First Drive
    2 May 2016
    There's lots of work yet to be done, but the Aston Martin DB11's hardware has been signed-off. To experience it, we've driven a prototype
  • First Drive
    1 May 2016
    If you like Minis, going quickly and basking in the sun, then you're in luck; we've driven Mini's new John Cooper Works Convertible on foreign roads
  • Lotus Elise Cup 250
    First Drive
    29 April 2016
    The fastest, most track-focused and most expensive Elise ever made. It's simple, raw and immersive
  • Porsche 911 Targa 4S
    First Drive
    27 April 2016
    Slick looks, open-top fun and 911 handling sound brilliant, but the Targa has historically trailed the Coupé. How does the new model fare on UK roads?
  • Jaguar F-Pace 2.0d
    First Drive
    26 April 2016
    Jaguar's debut SUV wowed us abroad, but does it still impress as much here on the UK's roads?