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Caterham Seven 270Simon Reid l Fokus Media

Caterham Seven 270 (2020) track review

We learned the basics of car control – and how to drive faster – in a Caterham Seven at Brands Hatch. Here's how you can, too.
Mercedes-Benz SLMotoring Research

Mercedes-Benz SL (R107) review: Retro Road Test

On sale from 1971 until 1989, the 'R107' Mercedes-Benz SL arguably became a classic in its own lifetime. We drive one – and ask an expert for buying advice.

Skoda Octavia vRS: Retro Road Test

Back in 2001, the Skoda Octavia vRS was the practical performance car of choice for those in the know. We drive one to see what the fuss was all about.
Audi R8 LMXAudi

Audi R8 V10 LMX (2014) review

With laser headlights and even more V10 firepower, the LMX was the ultimate original Audi R8. We revisit this rare and rousing modern classic.
Retro Road Test: British Motor Heritage MGB

MGB roadster: Retro Road Test

Is the venerable MGB worthy of its title as the UK’s favourite classic car? We drive an immaculate roadster restored by British Motor Heritage.
Lexus LC 500hLexus

Lexus LC 500h (2020) review

We drive Lexus’ traffic-stopping flagship coupe: the hybrid-powered LC500h. Is it a luxurious GT, a sports car – or both?
Renault 4

Renault 4 GTL review: Retro Road Test

Launched in 1961, the charmingly utilitarian Renault 4 helped get France on the road. Today, it's a plentiful and affordable classic car.
Maserati GranTurismo MCMaserati

Maserati GranTurismo MC (2017-2019) review

The 2017 GranTurismo MC was a last hurrah for Maserati’s snarling V8-engined coupe. It's an intoxicating brew, but not without a few foibles.
2020 Honda Jazz front driving

Honda Jazz (2020) review

The 2020 Honda Jazz is back to its best. Practical as ever, it also has a clever new hybrid drivetrain that helps it mimic its stylish Honda e baby brother
Porsche 991.2 GT3 RSPorsche

Porsche 911 GT3 RS (2018) review

The track-oriented GT3 RS is the Porsche 911 at its most exuberant and exciting. We drive the outgoing 991.2 version from 2018.