Reviews

2019 BMW Z4 sDrive 2.0i review – is the entry-level roadster still a worthy sports car?

Downsized approach results in more fun and a worthwhile saving – but we suspect the BMW Z4 30i may be…

DRIVEN: BMW 320d M Sport

New BMW 3-series has more of everything, but gives away a little of its satisfying precision in the process The…

Porsche 911 992 Cabriolet review – new 911 loses its roof but sacrifices little else

The compromises are small with the new 992 Porsche 911 Cabriolet – it’s a brilliant open-air 911 Porsche has wasted…

2019 Volkswagen Golf R review – the art of having your cake and eating it too

With no major flaws, yet a real depth of character and a peerless image, the Golf R is…

2019 Audi TTS review

The TT has been an essential part of the Audi range for 20 years now. The original signalled…

DRIVEN: Renault Megane RS 280

Years ago and when working for another magazine, I wrote that if Porsche ever decided to build a…

Lotus Elise Sport 220 evo Edition

This is awkward. How can you objectively assess a car with your name emblazoned all over it? It’s…

2019 Mini Cooper review – retro supermini as polished as ever

The latest Mini Cooper is a very different hatchback to the original R50, but remains fun to drive…

DRIVEN: New Range Rover Evoque

All-new Evoque is a transformation over the original, now capable of delivering on road as well as everything…

DRIVEN: Ford Focus ST-Line X

Most family hatchbacks aren’t fun to drive. The original Ford Focus was an exception. It was sensible, practical…

DRIVEN: Lamborghini Huracán Performante Spyder

Somehow the Italians have mastered the art of successfully hacking the roofs off hardcore, track-honed supercars. Whereas the…

DRIVEN: Morgan Plus 8 50th Anniversary Edition

After weeks, no, make that months, of a blazing heatwave that’s turned every single blade of grass in…

Porsche Cayman T review

If outright pace isn’t your priority the more focused chassis set-up of the 718 Cayman T is the…

2019 Bentley Continental GT Convertible review – open-air opulence at its best

One of the world’s finest GTs, made even more appealing – for some – without a roof For…

McLaren 720S Spider review – a drop-top supercar without compromise?

Top down motoring to the list only increases the 720S’ appeal, however the compromises felt dynamically still makes…