The ferocious 639hp Mercedes-AMG GT 63S 4-Door serves up supercar pace in a more practical package. Think very carefully before selecting Drift Mode…
About Tim Pitt
Tim has been our Managing Editor since 2015. He enjoys a retro hot hatch and has a penchant for Porsches.
Entries by Tim Pitt
The Jaguar F-Pace SVR is an SUV with enough power to give supercars a scare. But it also majors on luxury and easygoing comfort.
We drive the ‘992’ Porsche 911 Carrera S Cabriolet. Is the soft-top 911 a soft option? And how does it measure up to the all-conquering coupe?
Italian design house Zagato marks its centenary with bespoke versions of the Aston Martin Vantage V12, built in the UK by R-Reforged.
As garages lose money due to lockdown, an industry body urges them to charge the full £54.85 for an MOT test.
If you watched Salvage Hunters: Classic Cars, you will recognise this Clio Williams. It’s the very first example built – and we’ve driven it.
We take a deep-dive into Volkswagen history, driving an original Beetle, Mk1 Golf GTI, Scirocco Storm and the hybrid XL1.
The A110S is a sharper take on Alpine’s sublime sports car, with more power, stiffer suspension and bigger brakes. Does that make it even better?
We reveal the truth behind 12 motorway myths, including when to use the hard shoulder and how smart motorway speed limits work.
Before it was banned, Group B rallying produced some of best road cars of the 1980s. The Opel Manta 400 is one you’ve probably never heard of.
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