Published 26 May 2015 By Sunday Times Driving
A new rail service goes direct from London to the south of France. Can Driving beat the train in a Mercedes-AMG? To the autoroute! . read full article
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The Corvette Stingray coupé is beefier, faster and cheaper than the Porsche 911 Targa 4 GTS. Does that mean it’s better? Driving goes wheel to wheel — and roof to roof — to find out
Is this the ultimate driving experience? Castrol has combined the best of real-world racing technology with virtual-reality trickery to create what appears to be a life-threatening escape
BMW has reinvented one of its most imposing sporting cars from the Seventies with a hi-tech “hommage” to the 3.0 CSL...
Audi has revealed its most affordable model. It has striking lines, lightweight carbon-fibre components and the same seat leather...
Thousands of motorists are being forced to drive cars that have been recalled on safety grounds even though manufacturers admit there is a danger that malfunctioning airbags could cause serious injury
They are no longer performing under the Top Gear name but Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond turned it up to 11 in classic style on the first night of their "new" live tour.
In the eyes of the sort of driving enthusiasts who will wake before the birdsong and sunrise to enjoy an uninterrupted tour of their favourite roads, there can be few finer cars in which to make the trip than an RS verion of the Porsche 911.
More than 100,000 British cars are to be recalled for safety reasons as the scandal over faulty airbags refuses to go away
Ever get the feeling you may have priced it a little high? Rowan Atkinson’s McLaren F1 hypercar has yet to find a buyer after four months on the market
Is this the first glimpse of one of the most keenly awaited cars yet? Captured by a motorist in Germany, the video shows a Bugatti Veyron Super Sport, a BMW i8 and two disguised prototypes — believed
Today the Mille Miglia is a non-competitive showcase but from 1927 to 1957 teams such as Alfa Romeo, Mercedes, BMW and Ferrari battled
This week the Mille Miglia re-enactment has been taking place in Brescia, Italy, and over the weekend the forest surrounding the Nürburgring racetrack in Germany will be filled with the roar of engine
Death-defying stunts, groan-worthy one-liners and a piano “accidentally” falling from a great height onto Captain Slow’s car: it can mean only one thing
EQUIPPED WITH wings big enough for a light aircraft and an engine and chassis designed to win races, the BMW 3.0 CSL was always bound to earn its “Batmobile” nickname when its most extreme version was
The newly elected transport minister will come under pressure to reform tax for motorists
If anyone can make a great hot hatchback, Volkswagen can. The German car maker invented the formula of a powerful engine in a compact hatchback in 1976
Lewis Hamilton plans to reawaken the spirit of James Hunt when he takes part in a week of glamour, women
With more than 14m cars sold, it is the benchmark by which posh saloons are judged, but even BMW’s 3-series can’t afford to stand still
French sports cars have always been a tough sell. While German models prove enduring, their Gallic counterparts have a shelf life as short as a baguette's
Put your maps and smartphones away — built-in sat nav is set to become standard in every new BMW from later this year
Still not sure whom to vote for? Jeremy Clarkson once suggested we judge our leaders by what they drive. So who would get your vote based on their wheels?