Chris Pickering takes the Honda NSX on a journey into its past. On 13th November 1982 a young Ayrton Senna arrived at the Thruxton circuit in Hampshire where he would drive a Formula 3 car for the first time.  His performance that day secured him a drive with Dick Bennetts’Continue Reading

The Kia Stinger is all about the journey, as Ian Angus discovers… Kia has dubbed the Stinger (its first foray into rear-wheel-drive) a grand turismo rather than a sports car; to my eyes, it’s the best looking car Kia has ever produced. It’s also been around for a couple ofContinue Reading

For many young men, the Jensen Interceptor was the epitome of cool and in deepest, darkest Oxfordshire there is one company breathing new life into this classic marque.

Carlton Boyce spends the day playing with two BMWs and a MINI. Tough old life, eh? A lot of car manufacturers hold ‘drive days’, during which a motoring journalist can drive examples from its entire range. It’s a great idea that allows you to gain an insight into a company’sContinue Reading

The DS 7 Crossback is the French firm’s stab at the premium SUV market; is it good enough to rival Jaguar, Audi, BMW and Mercedes? Carlton Boyce investigates. Whereas previous DS models have been based on existing Citroen models, the new DS 7 Crossback has been designed from the groundContinue Reading

Carlton Boyce spends a week with a £70,000 VW California campervan, and channels his inner Wallace and Grommet. I’m a bit of a Johnny-come-lately by the standards of most motoring journalists. Now celebrating my tenth year of reviewing and writing about cars, even I sometimes feel a little jaded. Yes,Continue Reading

Carlton Boyce doesn’t like SUVs. But the Alfa Romeo Stelvio Q4 makes its case more convincingly than most. This is the review that nearly didn’t happen: after arranging to borrow a Stelvio from Alfa Romeo’s press office, my confirmation email went unread, which meant that the car didn’t arrive. WithContinue Reading

Chris Lilly drives the McLaren 720S – and crowns it the best everyday supercar in the world. Some legendary names from the motor sport world have taken the bold move and started building road cars. The likes of Ferrari, Bentley, Aston Martin, and Porsche all boast a proud heritage, builtContinue Reading

Chris Lilley puts the Porsche Panamera through its paces – and is left wondering why the competition bother… Porsche’s Panamera has a tough job on its hands, as it looks to cover the needs of buyers across a broad spectrum. As Porsche’s four-door saloon, it represents a middle-ground between theContinue Reading