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Published 06 July 2015 By Giles Smith
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The original 1950s Porsche 550 Spyder was the car you could buy on a Saturday, race on a Sunday and drive home on a Monday
Drivers hoping to make an impression and soak up some summer rays at the wheel of one of the grandest convertibles on the road need to pay more attention...
Anyone who buys anything for practical reasons is almost certainly a bore with a cardigan...
BMW's large but refined new plug-in hybrid SUV is certain to be seen but not heard when it flies past you.
The Range Rover is not a car noted for its environmental credentials. You may remember that ten years ago, Greenpeace branded the forecourts
It’s true cars have improved a lot, but a cheap Korean crossover? Well, Giles Smith is pushed to find a thing wrong with this one
As my parents dropped me off at boarding school my dad reached into his pocket and presented me with a small box
For drivers of a certain age, owning a vehicle that can comfortably transport six hyperactive children high on sweets and cakes back home from a birthday party is more pleasurable
THIS is one of the most important reviews I have yet written. Because since I started testing cars 31 years ago I have never once driven a Seat...
Paris in the springtime and in the Jardin des Tuileries, in the biggest marquee this side of Kim Kardashian’s wedding
Motor industry press officers are no fools. If a journalist asks to borrow a car to test, he is sent an all-singing, all-dancing
The new £184,000 488 GTB is a clever and ruggedly handsome beast. And that could be annoying for James May, who has just ordered its £208,000 predecessor.
The launch of this revised Seat Ibiza is not about a stylish new look or a radical line-up of engines that will go easy on the planet and a driver's wallet. No, the thinking is to add a stack of new
The Kadjar purports to be a socially acceptable crossover but is so beefy and capable it is more like a road-monstering SUV.
If the simplest ideas are often the best ones, it’s little wonder the hot hatchback has caught on. Take the most popular type of car – the hatchback – insert a powerful engine...
A number of years ago a writer on the hysterically earnest motoring magazine Autocar said in a review of some supercar
I am spending quite a lot of time at the moment driving schoolchildren to exams: A-levels, AS-levels, GCSEs — you name it
Buying an MPV (aka people carrier) might indicate that you’re at a very specific stage in your life – congratulations on your second child, by the way...
Let's be clear from the start: the Range Rover Sport SVR is not my kind of car. When I first drove it
Slighty tired of your 2011 Lamborghini Aventador? Feeling that its 690bhp engine doesn’t quite cut the mustard for you the way it used to?
Slip on a pair of fireproof racing boots and reach for the leather driving gloves – the 2015 Porsche 911 GT3 RS is here.