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TEST DRIVE: Bentley Continental GT

Bentley Continental GT
When presented with the chance to drive the new Bentley Continental GT, I calmly accepted and pencilled some dates into the diary. Inside, however, I was fist-pumping the air with excitement; for Bentley is a brand I truly admire, and have done so for many years. Bentley Motors has actually been owned by...

TEST DRIVE: McLaren 720s – best of British supercar

McLaren 720s
A supercar is, by definition, three things: unnecessarily fast, achingly beautiful and unattainably expensive. That’s why for most of us, they are cars we admire but never really strive to own. The Italians are well-known for supercars – Ferrari and Lamborghini spring immediately to mind – but let’s not forget McLaren. This once-small company...

TEST DRIVE: Audi R8 V10 Coupe – the last of its kind

Audi R8 Z10
Considering so many people love cars, it amazes me how they all have their own distinct reason why. It could be a childhood memory; seeing or sitting in a certain car. Or it could have been a car they owned at one point in time. For me, it was a NEED FOR SPEED. I...

Range Rover Velar review: “the best looking Land Rover to date”

Range Rover Velar review
It wasn’t all that long ago that Land Rover had only the Defender, the Freelander, the Discovery and the Range Rover in its model line-up. But in recent years this offering has grown exponentially. “The Velar actually looks like a concept car, and that’s about the highest praise the styling of a...

Test driving the Skoda Superb SportLine Plus Estate

Skoda Superb Sportline Plus Estate
You may or may not be familiar with the term ‘sleeper’. It refers to car that looks relatively unassuming. It goes about its business quietly, and doesn’t sing and shout from rooftops. But deep within it hides a secret. More often than not this is a powerful engine, resulting in unexpected performance capabilities.

Test driving the Ford Focus ST Line X

There is immense pressure on car manufacturers when replacing one of their models. They must strike a balance between making changes – hopefully improvements – while maintaining the character and charm of that particular model. Now add in to the mix, the fact that the model you are replacing is one of Britain’s best-selling cars, and you...