Hot on the heels of our first impressions of all three Jaguar F-type variants, this week we’ve been able to acquaint the new British sports car with two of its key rivals: the Porsche 911 and Boxster S.
Jaguar’s positioning of its long-awaited E-type successor at a price-point mid-way between Stuttgart’s two sports cars has been much debated, so what better way to settle the argument by tearing along some of the best drivers’ roads in the country in all three of them? Steve Sutcliffe referees the competition and provides a thought-provoking analysis.
Our road test team get their hands on the Porsche Cayman, the Boxster’s hard-topped sibling. Over eight pages, our experts prod, poke, measure and assess every aspect of the latest-generation Cayman, concluding with the definitive verdict on the car.
Fans of British metal are catered for as Matt Prior drives the last-ever TVR Tuscan to be built, and ponders what might have been if the Blackpool sports-car company hadn’t gone belly-up.
Among the new cars rated this week is the Volkswagen Golf GTI. Does the Mk7 iteration represent a magnificent return to form for one of the most famous hot hatches in history? Read our four-page analysis to find out.