Throughout the year Autocar.co.uk has served up a succession of delectable video delights featuring a host of beautiful, practical or downright bonkers machinery, ranging from Lada to Lamborghini. Here we bring you the ten most popular according to the number of views on our website and our YouTube channel.
1 Lamborghini Aventador (1,035,544 views)We described Santa’gata’s latest 690bhp offering as “not perhaps the most ethical car we’ll test this year”, but the Lamborghini Aventador is definitely one of the loudest and one of the fastest cars we’ve got our hands on. ‘Immense’ and ‘off the dial’ are just some of the phrases to describe this all-new supercar, as Steve Sutcliffe finds out.
2 McLaren F1 versus McLaren MP4-12C (478,159 views)It’s clear the McLaren MP4-12C was one of the most popular cars of the year with Autocar.co.uk users, but how does it stack up against its predecessor, which remains one of the most feted supercars in history? Our video is one of the few times the two supercars from Woking will be on the same patch of asphalt at the same time.
3 Bugatti Veyron Super Sport (364,324 views)Autocar racked up 5000 road tests back in March, and what better way to celebrate than by putting Bugatti’s ultimate expression of motoring through a full test. We put the Veyron Super Sport through its paces on track and produced the best set of performance figures we’ve ever recorded…
4 BMW M3 GTS versus Porsche 911 GT3 (189,836 views)With its garish paintwork and brutish looks, the BMW M3 GTS certainly talks the talk, but can it keep up with Porsche’s potent 911 GT3? Two members of Autocar’s road test team strapped in and took both cars to the limit to find out which is best.
5 Mercedes C63 AMG Coupe (182,593 views)The very powerful, very rapid and very loud Mercedes C63 AMG Coupe sits at the top of the C-class coupe line-up. It takes over from the CLK55 AMG, providing renewed competition to the likes of the Audi RS5 and BMW M3. Question is, how does it perform in the face of such strong competition?
6 BMW 1M versus Porsche Cayman (149,941 views)The BMW 1-series M is “the successor in kind to the iconic BMW E30 M3,” according to BMW. But how will the ultra-hot 340bhp 1-series compare against the beautifully poised, already tried-and-tested, Porsche Cayman R? Steve Sutcliffe finds out.
7 BMW M5 (144,465 views)The BMW M5 produces 552bhp from its turbocharged V8 engine. That’s enough to launch the 1870kg super-saloon to 62mph in just 4.5sec and on to a top speed of 190mph when coupled with BMW’s M driver’s package. Steve Sutcliffe took this handsome brute for a smoky spin.