Felix Page

Felix Page
Title: News and features editor

Felix is Autocar's news editor, responsible for leading the brand's agenda-shaping coverage across all facets of the global automotive industry - both in print and online.

He joined Autocar in 2018 after completing a degree in English Literature and French studies at the University of Birmingham – where he hosted an award-winning radio show and wrote regularly for the student newspaper – and received his NCTJ Gold Standard qualification from the Press Association in 2020. 

Since taking a seat at Autocar's news desk, Felix has interviewed the most powerful and widely respected people in motoring, covered the reveals and launches of today's most important cars, and broken some of the biggest automotive stories of the last few years. 

In addition to editing Autocar's news section, Felix also heads up content creation for industry title Autocar Business, contributes regularly to the new-car reviews section and writes in-depth feature stories on a wide range of subjects. 

Felix is an expert in:

  • Global car industry news
  • New cars
  • Used cars
  • Executive interviews
  • New car reviews
  • Electric cars and alternative fuels

Felix Page Q&A

What was your biggest news story?

I haven’t written it yet. There have been a good few scoops that got me really excited, but the best stories tend to come from off-diary, backstage chats with the people on the frontlines - and I look back most fondly on these: Alpine CEO Laurent Rossi told me about his plans for a hydrogen hypercar in a trailer behind the pits in Silverstone and Audi’s chief designer let slip his vision for an electric Defender rival over a coffee, for example. But some of the best headlines are simply the well-worded opinions of those in the know. 

What’s the best car you’ve ever driven?

In light of how complex and expensive the average car has become, Dacia’s back-to-basics Jogger feels like a breath of sensibly priced fresh air - and puts in a good shift on challenging roads, too. At the other end of the scale, if I had to pick one car for the rest of my life, I can think of nothing more appropriate than the intoxicatingly ferocious but surprisingly capacious BMW M3 Touring

What will the car industry look like in 20 years?

Even more fiercely competitive, but in different ways. We will have achieved peak efficiency (or close to it) across all drivetrain technologies, and manufacturers will have settled on the quickest, cheapest and most sustainable methods of building cars - so the battles will largely centre on simply providing the best proposition for the customer: Which car has the best interior? Which car communicates best with your smart home? Which can drive itself the best…? I doubt we’ll be making much fuss about exhaust notes and slick manual gearshifts, mind.

Long-Term Review

Volkswagen ID Buzz 2024 long-term test

VW wants to make people feel warm and fuzzy inside. was this the car to do it?

Volkswagen ID Buzz 2024 long-term test
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Lamborghini's next supercar drops two cylinders - but gains a pair of turbos and an EV motor
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Lamborghini Huracan replacement has screaming 10,000rpm V8

New '634' supercar gets nearly 800bhp from fastest-spinning eight-pot on the road, plus boost from axial EV motors

Lamborghini Huracan replacement has screaming 10,000rpm V8
byd e6 dynamic front three quarters
BYD e6 touts a range of 258 miles and a VW Golf-sized turning circle
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New BYD e6 MPV set for UK launch with 258-mile range

Second-generation Chinese electric car is aimed primarily at taxi drivers, likely priced from low £30,000s

New BYD e6 MPV set for UK launch with 258-mile range
Aston Martin 4x4 front three quarter
Low-volume super-4x4 could be built with DBX at St Athan plant in Wales
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Aston Martin mulls rugged super-4x4 to rival Defender

British marque explores potential for high-riding SUV, said to be dubbed ‘Project Rambo’

Aston Martin mulls rugged super-4x4 to rival Defender
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JLR eyes ZEV compliance as 33k join Range Rover EV wait list

All major car makers must hit UK government-set targets or face £15,000 fines per non-compliant vehicle

JLR eyes ZEV compliance as 33k join Range Rover EV wait list
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New L60 is said to be most aero-efficient SUV on sale
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Nio undercuts Tesla Model Y with £24k Onvo L60 SUV for China

Chinese EV firm's new family-focused brand launches with an ultra-efficient, battery-swapping crossover

Nio undercuts Tesla Model Y with £24k Onvo L60 SUV for China
Renault Group   Experimentation Auntonomous Shuttle @Roland Garros 2024
Renault has partnered with WeRide to operate self-driving shuttles on public roads
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Renault shifts self-driving focus from cars to minibuses

Level three plus autonomy for cars is "unlikely for the time being" but Master-based robobus is inbound

Renault shifts self-driving focus from cars to minibuses
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The Bespoke programme has become a fundamental strand of Rolls-Royce's operations
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New Rolls-Royce CEO reveals plan to ramp up bespoke abilities

Freshly appointed Rolls boss Chris Brownridge says Goodwood factory expansion will help company grow

New Rolls-Royce CEO reveals plan to ramp up bespoke abilities
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Leapmotor T03 goes after Dacia Spring with 100bhp and 165 miles of range
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Stellantis to launch Leapmotor T03 as ultra-affordable EV for Europe

Leapmotor comes to Europe with 165-mile supermini, Model Y-sized SUV, and a new car every year until 2028

Stellantis to launch Leapmotor T03 as ultra-affordable EV for Europe
Vauxhall Frontera front
The Frontera is only slightly smaller than the outgoing Grandland
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New Vauxhall Frontera EV brings seven seats and 248-mile range

Pure-EV and mild-hybrid options for Crossland's larger successor; EV could become UK's cheapest electric SUV

New Vauxhall Frontera EV brings seven seats and 248-mile range
Ferrari 12Cilindri engine
Ferrari has invested heavily in making its atmo V12 compliant with emissions rules
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Ferrari engineering boss: Turbocharged V12 "is not in my mind"

"We use turbochargers when we reduce displacement" says product boss, as Ferrari commits to atmo V12

Ferrari engineering boss: Turbocharged V12 "is not in my mind"

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