Neil Winn

Neil Winn - Autocar
Title: Reviewer
Opinion

Origin of the species: driving the first turbocharged Porsche 911

How iconic 1974 RSR Turbo 2.1 racer feels to someone whose 911 experience comes entirely from modern turbos

Origin of the species: driving the first turbocharged Porsche 911
Opinion

With Hoonigan’s Electrickana videos, who needs EV motorsport?

Audi and Hoonigan have produced a more electrifying spectacle than anything Formula E can hope to deliver

With Hoonigan’s Electrickana videos, who needs EV motorsport?
News

First drive: 2022 Toyota bZ4X prototype review

Toyota's first production battery-electric car is a large SUV. Should Tesla and Volkswagen be worried?

First drive: 2022 Toyota bZ4X prototype review
News

Volkswagen ID Buzz to begin imminent self-driving trials

Prototypes of retro electric van will be used to develop Argo AI’s cutting-edge Level 4 self-driving system

Volkswagen ID Buzz to begin imminent self-driving trials
First Drive

Lexus UX 300e 2020 UK first drive

Electrification pioneer finally goes the whole hog on electron-fuelled propulsion

Lexus UX 300e 2020 UK first drive
First Drive

Volkswagen Caravelle 2.0 TDI Executive 2020 UK first drive

If you have a lifestyle where you need the flexibility of a multi-purpose vehicle, look no further

Volkswagen Caravelle 2.0 TDI Executive 2020 UK first drive
First Drive

Audi A8 L 60 TFSIe 2020 UK first drive

Even with its impressive frugality put to one side, the 60 TFSIe feels like much more of a luxury product than its diesel range-mate

Audi A8 L 60 TFSIe 2020 UK first drive
First Drive

Toyota Camry 2019 first drive

Big, clever and should last a lifetime, but there’s no ignoring the fact that it lacks the outright polish of its European rivals

Toyota Camry 2019 first drive
First Drive

Jeep Renegade 2018 first drive

Jeep hopes that new engines and some stylish design tweaks will return its Renegade to the sharp end of the increasingly competitive small SUV class

Jeep Renegade 2018 first drive
Opinion

Comment: Can hipsters save the car industry?

The huge success of scrambler bikes show a way for car firms to connect with sought-after younger buyers

Comment: Can hipsters save the car industry?
News

We give Vauxhall’s most powerful VXR8 a smoky send-off at Goodwood

The VXR8 GTS-R will be the last V8-engined Vauxhall, so we felt it was necessarily to give it a fitting goodbye

We give Vauxhall’s most powerful VXR8 a smoky send-off at Goodwood

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