Andrew Frankel’s review: all the right ingredients – but not enough flavour
Andrew Frankel on why Jaguar test driver and disc brake developer Norman Dewis deserves to be recognised for his achievements
Spending more than an hour stationary on the M5 was not quite the idea. But the unfortunate pile-up ahead of …
Ed Foster goes to Southampton University to talk fuel saving and what we can do to help
Andrew Frankel’s review: stupendously fast – but is it the 911 you want?
Andrew Frankel on the difficult balance struck by road testers and how an opinion can’t often be bought
Andrew Frankel’s review: there’s a surprise in the way this one goes
Ed Foster drives the new Abarth 595 50th Anniversary at Fiat’s Balocco testing ground.
Andrew Frankel thinks Honda is back on the right track with its new Civic Type-R and the planned NSX
Andrew Frankel’s review: extra muscle for an already powerful physical presence
Andrew Frankel thinks the BMW is the best of the electric bunch, but without better range it’s not perfect yet
Andrew Frankel’s review: added frills fail to enhance standard thrills
Andrew Frankel wants to know what motoring books are on your Christmas list
Andrew Frankel’s review: a good car, but one that will exist in the shadow of the Fiesta ST
Andrew Frankel’s review: refreshed – and still the world’s best executive express
Andrew Frankel explains why Morgan’s decision to oust the grandson of the company’s founder makes little sense
Andrew Frankel asks whether new technology really does increase driving pleasure.
Andrew Frankel’s review: effortless speed is a given, but true M-cars need more than that.
Koenigsegg, the Swedish supercar manufacturer, has just announced the latest version of its Agera supercar, along with the news that …
May your God spare you the Porsche bore. In clumps they can be found, huddled over pints of muddy ale…
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