Richard Bremner Senior contributing editor

Used to work for British Leyland; is now one of Autocar's most senior scribes. Despite having driven many vastly superior vehicles, he's currently hankering after a Triumph TR7.
Bentley Continental GT 2018 test mule

2018 Bentley Continental GT spotted with production body

New, lighter luxury coupé will switch to platform shared with next generation Porsche Panamera; hybrid powertrain will be among engine options

5 May 2016
News
Skoda VisionS

Four new Skoda SUVs in the pipeline

Rivals to the Hyundai Santa Fe and Nissan Juke, plus an SUV coupé and a new Yeti are all on the way

23 April 2016
News
Renault DeZir concept

New Renault models to follow design of DeZir sports car concept

The design philosophy behind the DeZir concept of 2010 has inspired forthcoming Renault models like the Scenic and Megane Sports Tourer

21 April 2016
News
Aston Martin badges

How do they make Aston Martin badges?

Aston Martin's road and race cars each features a badge that’s made by hand in Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter, and we've had a go at making one

14 April 2016
News
Skoda Vision S

Skoda VisionS concept review

Skoda's VisionS concept gives us an early indication as to what its upcoming Kodiaq SUV will be like. We take it for a short drive

6 April 2016
First Drive
Maserati Levante SUV

2016 Maserati Levante review

It's taken a while, but the time has come to drive Maserati's first SUV offering. Is it worthy of such an illustrious Italian badge?

10 March 2016
First Drive
McLaren Geneva

McLaren 570S: driven from Woking to the Geneva motor show

What's it like to drive McLaren's 562bhp sports car from the company's headquarters to the Geneva motor show?

29 February 2016
Blog
DS 3

DS won't employ copycat model styling, says design chief

Thierry Metroz says future cars from the fledgling DS premium brand will steer clear of the 'Russian Doll' styling adopted by some rivals

22 January 2016
News

Remembering the DeLorean on Back to the Future Day

Marty McFly and Doc Emmett Brown turned the DMC-12 into a star - but what about the blokes who made it in the first place?

21 October 2015
News

Seat plans seven-seat SUV as part of three-model plan

A large Seat crossover is being planned to cap the Spanish manufacturer's three-model SUV family

30 September 2015
News

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