Why A New Toyota MR2 Could Be Just What The GT86 Needs

Toyota’s GT86 has sometimes struggled to forge the kind of reputation it deserves, but having two cool big brothers could rub off nicely…

A Rush Towards EVs Could Be A Parts-Sharing Charisma Whitewash

Car makers are coming up with a wild variety of body styles and designs for future electric cars, but the dynamic choice could be as thin as 1940s prison soup

Why Mazda Is The New BMW For Petrolheads

All the qualities we loved about BMW up until the late 2000s seem to have migrated to another brand…

6 Brand New Performance Cars That Are More Affordable Than You Think

Put off by high upfront new car costs? You might be surprised by what you can afford when you lease your new car instead

Why A Brand New Interior Is The Processed Meat Of Car Smells

We love it but it’s not actually all that good for us: is Ford’s China-led initiative to get rid of new-car-smell actually something we should embrace?

Why We Won’t Mourn The V6 Audi R8 That Never Happened

It seemed likely for a long time that Audi would build a twin-turbo V6 R8, but eventually, the idea fell short of approval. We’re anything but sad about it

Here's Why A ‘Four-Door Mustang’ Could Work... But Probably Wouldn't

It’s a controversial topic for any car-loving American, but there are two sides to the argument. Here are the arguments in favour of a four-door premium Mustang – and not

How The Right-Size Wheels Transformed Two Of My Cars

Here's why choosing the right wheels for your car is more important than you think

Only Two Nordschleife Records Matter, And All Others Need To Stop

With manufacturers finding ever more sneaky channels down which they can claim a slightly flimsy Nurburgring lap record, it all needs to stop

5 Cars You Wouldn't Expect To Share An Engine With The Nissan 350Z

Nissan's VQ35 V6 engine ends up in some surprising places, from MPVs to family-friendly crossovers

Is It Ever Right To Build A Cheap Copy Of A Supercar?

With an Iranian copy of an old Lamborghini making the news this week, we ask the question of whether it’s ever okay to copy an existing model cheaply

Ditching Internal Combustion Is Jaguar's Best Hope For Long-Term Survival

Jaguar is sitting at the windy end of a perfect storm of problems, and a rapid switch to a range purely made of EVs could be the only way to secure the brand’s long-term future

How Much Does A Season Of Entry-Level Racing Actually Cost?

With my Caterham Academy season now over, it's time to ask a frequently asked question - how much does a season set you back?

Why Supercar Collectors Are Buying Alpine A110s

Affordable price, modest horsepower and glorified Renault associations aren't putting high-rolling buyers off the Alpine - here's why