If you're tired of the snow, then here's a chance to catch up with Autocar's best recent videos
6 January 2010

The snow has brought much of Britain to a standstill, but autocar.co.uk is open for business as usual. If you’re stuck at home and getting tired with finding the elusive carrot for your snowman’s nose, then why not enjoy some of our exclusive video coverage instead?

Over the Christmas break, you may have missed three videos we put up on the website, so here’s a chance to catch up again with the action, including our fast-paced review of 2009 and our drives in the Lamborghini Super Trofeo racer and Audi Sportback concept car.

Click on the links below to watch our videos. There are also links to our review of 2009, including the picture highlights, and a guide to the cars to look out for in 2010.

Video links

The best of 2009

Audi A7 Sportback concept driven

Lamborghini Super Trofeo racer tested

Other links

New cars for 2010 – what’s coming when?

Month by month reviews of 2009

Catch up with all the latest car and industry news

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