This week’s Autocar comes to you in a blaze of tyre-smoke and shrieking exhaust notes courtesy of Jaguar's XFR-S super-saloon. Steve Sutcliffe has been at the wheel and describes it as being exactly the same as the much-loved XFR, but sharper in every way that matters.
We've also got the full story on Mercedes-Benz's Range-Rover Evoque rival, the GLA. Joining it on our news pages this week is Skoda's new Yeti, and a new rival to Morgan's three-wheeler from British brand Castle. Plus, we reveal which Japanese manufacturer is supplying the engine for the new budget Caterham Seven.
We also test the revised Volvo XC60, which continues the success story of the old model with new updates and more widespread appeal. The Volvo S80 has also benefitted from the latest round of tweaks, and Matt Burt decides whether they've improved the big saloon.
Matt Saunders decides whether performance upgrades from Mountune are worth the extra money on the Ford Fiesta ST, and China's Saab 9-5 revival, the BAIC Senova, is put through its paces. Mercedes' A45 AMG hot hatch is the subject of our eight-page road test.
On our features pages Greg Kable gets his hands on the BMW i8 electric sports car, finding out if the carbonfibre-intensive hybrid is enough to redefine electric drive for a new generation. Plus Steve Cropley gets a unique look at his F1 heroes at Donington's race museum.
Our long-term fleet loses a member this week as our Fiat Panda finally heads back home. After covering 16,000 miles we're sorry to see the quirky two-cylinder Panda go, even though it has divided opinions in the office. There are also updates from our Renault Twizy, and there's the curious incident of the engine warning light in our Morgan Plus 8.