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Thursday 24th April 2014



Mini Cooper

Andrew Frankel’s review: Newcomer differs significantly from its forebear, which isn’t necessarily a good thing…

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Porsche Panamera Hybrid

Andrew Frankel’s review: a real-world fuel saver in a performance wrapping

Range Rover Hybrid

Andrew Frankel’s review: It may reduce your tax bill, but you lose out in other ways

Audi Q3 RS

Andrew Frankel’s review: It’s an RS, which is A Good Thing. It’s also an SUV, which isn’t

BMW i3

Andrew Frankel’s review: the future might just have arrived, courtesy of Munich’s technical wizards

Honda Civic Type-R

Andrew Frankel’s review: good things come to those who wait – but not just yet

Radical RXC Coupé

Andrew Frankel’s review: grip to make you gasp – and a price to match

Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Black Series

Andrew Frankel’s review: does the world need a GTI version of a car this brisk? It’s here anyway

Mercedes-Benz S63 AMG

Andrew Frankel’s review: sumptuous speed from a limousine that’s remarkably light on its feet

Caterham 620R

Andrew Frankel’s review – ignore the tax disc and plates: it’s a racing car

Volkswagen XL1

Andrew Frankel’s review: startling to behold – and a real taste of the future

Porsche 911 GT3

Andrew Frankel’s review: Weissach faced a difficult brief but has come up with clever answers

Infiniti Q50

Andrew Frankel’s review: It’s fresh, it’s different – but is that enough to sway buyers?

Audi SQ5

Ed Foster reviews the Audi SQ5 and raises the question: is soul necessary for cars like this?

Range Rover Sport

Andrew Frankel’s review: the pretence is over – now it really is an RR underneath

Jaguar XFR-S

Andrew Frankel’s review: the firm has some great products, but might be pushing the XF too far

Alfa Romeo 4C

Andrew Frankel’s review: the 4C upholds the Alfa Romeo tradition – by being nearly great

Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG S

Andrew Frankel’s review: four seats and every comfort. Is this the first hyper-saloon?

Kia Pro_Cee’d GT

Andrew Frankel’s review: all the right ingredients – but not enough flavour

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.