Right now, it might just be the best handling hardcore supercar of them all.
The 911 may not be the most glamorous sports car on sale, but it's absolutely one of the best
The Exige is a rarity, in the fact it’s a car that’s as happy on the track as it is on the road
It really does tick a whole lot of boxes. You know you want one.
The 911 is still definitive, stretching the poles of a sports car's abilities without putting a foot wrong
The soft-top 911 is just as brilliant as the coupe, just a pity about those new turbocharged engines.
Brilliant, fearsomely potent, and never less than addictive to drive.
The VW faces an uphill struggle against brand laden rivals, but is actually just as good.
Same waft, just with added style. A fine long-distance GT, if ever there was one.
Honda's back at the grown-up's table. The new NSX is an outstanding supercar.
A few niggles aside, this V-Class feels luxurious and worth the outlay. A fine, MPV/business-express.
Can you cut the top off the world’s best luxury sports car without ruining it? Most definitely
Mercedes almost undermines its own flagship with new E-Class Cabrio. Close one
The perfect evolution of the super-popular Q5. The same, just better. Spot on.
Could be the world's most complete luxo barge. When it's finished.
Alfa's rebirth gets off to a flying start. RWD Giulia is a sign of good things to come
A likeable Swiss Army knife. A bit bland but will shrug off anything thrown at it.
The default four-seat cabrio. Excellent engines and quality, impressive metal roof too.
For the vast majority of us, the 3 Series Touring is all the car we could use or want
There are really two ways of looking at the Evora: either as a bigger, softer Lotus – kind of like Pink Floyd in the 1990s – or as the lightest, lithest GT car that money can buy
More efficient and effective car than its predecessors, just not quite as exciting
Typically BMW for its sheer composure on the road and fine refinement.