Three manual, rear-drive, two-seat Porsche 911s, but just one winner. Andrew Frankel pitches the new Carrera T against the GTS and GT3
The Aston Martin DB12 proves to be a thrilling and engaging driving experience.
With significant updates from the DB11, including a revamped interior and powerful AMG V8 engine, the car impresses with its performance and handling.
Ferrari’s first four-door isn’t an SUV, says Maranello. So what is it? Andrew Frankel heads to the mountains to find out.
Repeat after me: it is not an SUV. It is not an SUV. It is not an SUV. Got it? Good. Then you can continue to write the rest of this story.
In one respect at least, the Porsche 911 Dakar is a ludicrous car: at near enough double the price of a standard Carrera, it is wincingly expensive. Its new Pirelli tyres create significant levels of road noise, compromising its refinement, the missing rear seats doing the same for its people carrying ability.
The greatest of all time. It can’t be applied to drivers. What about a car? By Andrew Frankel
Does Maserati’s first supercar since the MC12 live up to the marque’s reputation? By Andrew Frankel
After the 599 GTO and F12 tdf comes this, all 819bhp of it. By Dan Prosser
If any car can make a petrolhead fall for EV power, it’s the Porsche Mission R. By Andrew Frankel
The McLaren 720S, launched at the Geneva show earlier this year, is a stupendously, staggeringly, mindbendingly quick car. Read our full in-depth review of this latest hypercar by McLaren.
Owners of supercars and classics are often in need of a more practical car, and there are some fast, luxurious and highly desirable grand tourer prestige cars out there. We recently took the stunning Rolls-Royce Wraith for a spin.
As Jeremy Clarkson and The Grand Tour team hit the track to give their views on the Holy Trinity, we take a closer look at these hybrid hypercars with insight from two collectors who own all three.