The new Renault Twingo is rear-engined, much like city cars of old, but why did we start putting the engine up front?
Andrew Frankel’s review: grip to make you gasp – and a price to match
Andrew Frankel thinks that Lamborghini’s new Huracan could appeal to a different sort of customer than its existing range
Andrew Frankel’s review: does the world need a GTI version of a car this brisk? It’s here anyway
Andrew Frankel’s review: sumptuous speed from a limousine that’s remarkably light on its feet
Andrew Frankel asks whether BMW has strayed too far from Alec Issigonis’s original concept for the Mini
Andrew Frankel’s review – ignore the tax disc and plates: it’s a racing car
Ex-F1 designer Gordon Murray on the current state of F1, what he’d do to fix it and his new iStream manufacturing process.
Andrew Frankel’s review: startling to behold – and a real taste of the future
Andrew Frankel’s review: Weissach faced a difficult brief but has come up with clever answers
Andrew Frankel’s review: It’s fresh, it’s different – but is that enough to sway buyers?
Andrew Frankel looks at the newly announced David Brown Automotive and what lies ahead for the new company
Ed Foster reviews the Audi SQ5 and raises the question: is soul necessary for cars like this?
Andrew Frankel’s review: the pretence is over – now it really is an RR underneath
Andrew Frankel’s review: the firm has some great products, but might be pushing the XF too far
Andrew Frankel’s review: the 4C upholds the Alfa Romeo tradition – by being nearly great
Andrew Frankel laments the decline of dashboard design over the years
Andrew Frankel’s review: four seats and every comfort. Is this the first hyper-saloon?
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 …