2019 has seen no shortage of excitement on Autocar's video pages. We've run more than our fair share of drag races, track battles, off-roat torture tests and supercar shootouts - but we could only pick ten to be our favourites.
The following are the films that made the biggest impression on our presenters, and which earned the most views from you, the readers. And if you aren't already subscribed - what have you been doing? Head to the Autocar YouTube channel and sign up now, so you'll never miss another video.
10. BMW E30 M3 vs E46 M3 CSL vs M2 Competition – what is the best M Car of all time?
As part of our ongoing Autocar Heroes video series, we gathered three legendary BMWs to see which deserves to wear the ‘Greatest M Car’ crown. The tail-happy BMW M2 Competition and iconic E46 M3 CSL are in with a chance, but remember that they follow in the footsteps of the angry and angular E30 M3. Sixteen cylinders come together to shred rubber in the name of science.
9. Track battle: 2020 Ford Focus ST vs Honda Civic Type R
A car would have to be pretty darn capable to knock our reigning champion - the Honda Civic Type R - off our hot hatch top spot. Ford has equipped its new Focus ST with a Ford Mustang-derived turbocharged 2.3-litre four-cylinder engine that sends 276bhp to the front wheels - making it quicker through the mid-range than the old Focus RS. Which is more fun, then? We hit the twisties at Llandow Circuit to find out.
8. 2020 Porsche Taycan review | new electric Porsche driven
‘Chuffing fast’ is the two-word takeaway from our first drive of Porsche’s first electric car. Not a bad place to start, but the Taycan is charged with offering more than just brutal acceleration. Electrifying a brand so intrinsically associated with old-school performance as Porsche is no mean feat, so the new GT-style EV has to incorporate just the right amount of Stuttgart spirit in its futuristic formula.
7. Greatest Porsche GTs: 718 Cayman GT4 meets 911 GT2 RS and GT3 RS
We sent three of our favourite models from Porsche’s GT division into battle to see which would emerge as the greatest. The fresh-faced 718 Cayman GT4 has made a brilliant first impression on our testers, with its newly developed 4.0-litre flat-six providing the perfect balance between aggression and accessibility, but can the newbie steal the limelight from the formidable 911 GT3 RS and GT2 RS?