It’s the new super sports car superstar, a McLaren with real soul
A thorough update of the Gallardo, and good enough to play ball with its rivals.
Drives every bit as crisply as the Coupe, but with added volume and drama
A supercar the drives beautifully, is hugely potent and has real sense of occasion.
A very compelling GT, now even more so thanks to a hefty facelift. Not at all brash.
Easy to see how the Senna could become addictive. In short, it’s a stunning achievement
One of the most joyous cars on sale gains extra character without a roof. Lovely.
Brilliant combo of sense and sensation. One of our favourites, well re-worked
The most everyday of the everyday supercars. With a screaming, naturally-aspirated V10. Good.
The 600LT was one of our favourite supercars of last year. Now there’s a roadster. One for the boulevard?
A triumph of sports car engineering, though we’ll miss that N/A V8.
A deeply desirable drop-top that also advances the sports car arms race.
It might not add a great deal more space, but it's hard not to love this four-door Aston.
The long-awaited baby Jag doesn’t disappoint. It needed to be right. It is. Now it has to deliver sales.
A sparkling start to a future portfolio of very exciting Astons
Top class. The GT in the Conti's name is there for a reason.
The F-Type is fun to drive, sounds fantastic and looks amazing. Job done.
There’s no rationalising the Morgan 3-Wheeler, which is a massive part of its appeal. Take it at face value and love it.
Peugeot has at last rediscovered some hot hatch form. Not the most startling small fast hatch, but a good effort.
Interior finish apart, the CX-3 is a winner. Straight to the top of the class.
The Sandero is deservedly doing well: a reasonable car for a frankly astonishing price.
It’s handsome, well-built and pleasant, with Kia’s monster warranty an added draw.