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Sunday 21st September 2014



McLaren 650S

British supercar hits new peaks of accomplishment

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Ferrari 458 Speciale

An outstanding leap, but does it beat the 458 Italia?

Audi S1

Ingolstadt’s tiddler packs lots of punch… for a hefty price

Vauxhall VXR8 GTS

Speed meets sophistication
as GM’s brute matures

BMW i8

A concept that became reality

Mercedes-Benz GLA 220CDI AMG Line

Potentially good for sales, but a little less so on the road

Porsche Panamera S

Brisk but flawed… and no match for its V6 diesel sibling

Jaguar F-type R

Not perfect, perhaps, but perfectly charming…


EU legislation has forced a character change, but is that necessarily a bad thing?

Porsche 911 Carrera 4 Targa

Raising the roof with no effort needed

Tesla Model S P85

Powerhouse of the future now a practical reality


Unforgettable. The only way to describe Maranello’s astonishing automotive achievement


Octagon-badged hatch boasts more facets than you’d expect

Maserati Ghibli

A pointer to the future, but needs sharpening

Volkswagen Golf R

Finally, it’s a good month
if there’s an R in it

Porsche Macan

In a market sector it can’t ignore, Stuttgart has built a sure seller – but no star

Alpina D3

173mph and 53.3mpg… but possibly not at the same time

Peugeot RCZ R

Elegance is now available with extra zip

McLaren P1

Why the company’s latest missile is actually two cars in one

Motor Sport on Tests

Motor Sport has always kept readers up to date with the latest road cars and road tests. Our late founder editor Bill Boddy made the magazine famous for offering decisive opinions on the latest offerings from the car manufacturers. If he didn’t like a particular car though he wasn’t afraid to say as much. Andrew Frankel is now in charge of the road car section both in the magazine and online. Just like Boddy, he’s not afraid to say what he thinks making him one of the most trusted writers in the business.