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  • Mazda MX-5 1.5 (2015) review
    This all-new Mazda MX-5 is the fourth iteration of the world’s most successful sports car. What started 25 years ago as a homage to great British ragtops like the Lotus Elan has sold far more units than the MGB, Elan...
  • Tesla P85D to get even faster - by itself
    As our recent first drive confirms, the Tesla Model S P85D is not a slow car. Not content with matching the iconic McLaren F1’s 3.2-second 0-60mph time, however, Tesla is about to make the car even faster. Tesla founder and...
  • Toyota to return to the WRC in 2017
    Who doesn’t have fond memories of Castrol-liveried Celicas and Corolla WRC’s powersliding their way to glory in far-flung rallies around the globe? Toyota president Akio Toyoda has today announced the company will return to the World Rally Championship frontline in...
  • Jaguar XJ facelift (2015): clearest view yet of Jag’s updated limo
    We’ve been spotting Jaguar XJ test cars rumbling around as far back as August 2013, but these shots show the clearest view yet of the facelifted XJ, due later in 2015. Something of a belated mid-life facelift, updates are likely...
  • McLaren reveals 2015 F1 car – and bizzarre promo vid
    In what’s surely the most eagerly awaited new car reveal ahead of the 2015 F1 season, McLaren has today pulled the covers from the MP4-30. It’s not only their first car to be powered by a Honda engine since 1992...
  • VW Golf GTD Estate (2015) set for Geneva show debut
    Following in the gently smoking tyre tracks of the Golf R Estate, Volkswagen is hatching another hotted-up wagon as suited to conquering B-roads as it is Ikea. This time it’s a diesel: the VW Golf GTD estate. VW Golf GTD...
  • Caterham Seven 160 (2014) long-term test review
    Month 6 running a Caterham Seven 160: Seven meets Speciale It may seem ludicrous to line up our Caterham next to the Ferrari 458 Speciale featured in this month’s Sports Car Giant Test – after all our Seven costs £22,355,...
  • Audi TT vs BMW 2-series twin test review (2015)
    If I was the sort of person who went in for trite clichés – moi? – I might be tempted to describe this pairing as style versus substance. Although given they’re both compact coupes powered by diesel engines, it’s equally inviting...
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