Fast and fruity, but not without flaws
British supercar hits new peaks of accomplishment
An outstanding leap, but does it beat the 458 Italia?
Swedes set to challenge German performance specialists
Ingolstadt’s tiddler packs lots of punch… for a hefty price
Speed meets sophistication
as GM’s brute matures
A concept that became reality
Potentially good for sales, but a little less so on the road
Brisk but flawed… and no match for its V6 diesel sibling
Not perfect, perhaps, but perfectly charming…
EU legislation has forced a character change, but is that necessarily a bad thing?
Raising the roof with no effort needed
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
A pointer to the future, but needs sharpening
Finally, it’s a good month
if there’s an R in it
In a market sector it can’t ignore, Stuttgart has built a sure seller – but no star
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