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Classic road trip: storm chasing in a Lamborghini Huracan

Nobody manufactures inappropriate hysteria quite like American TV news, and as we landed in Phoenix, Arizona, the local stations were filled with gamely hysterical bulletins and frenzied on-the-spot r... »

How Jaguar's design boss Ian Callum became a secret hotrodder

“I don’t know what box you put it in and, actually, I don’t care. It is just the car I wanted to do,” says Jaguar design boss Ian Callum of his personal project: a revived and reinvented 1963 Jaguar M... »

Hot hatch shootout: whitting the best six down to just three

Expectations appear to have been confounded. Admittedly, we might have suspected that some of the members of our final six would be present, but the loss of some of the early favourites is still a bit... »

Hot hatch shootout: Civic Type R vs Fiesta ST vs VW Golf R

Nowadays, it’s called the Applecross Pass, but the proper Scottish Gaelic name, the old name, is Bealach na Bà – the Pass of the Cattle. You can guess why – the little squiggle that carves through the... »

Road trip: to Alaska's Arctic limits in a Mazda MX-5

It’s roughly quarter to six in the morning when I nearly run over a bear. Or run into a bear, since the fuzzy hillock staring at me from 20 feet away probably weighs about the same as the MX-5 I’m dri... »

TG's favourite car details of 2015

Yes, yes, we know that they’re just some bits of metal, but there’s something about the web of support structures under the fast Porsche’s rear spoiler that is just cool. Probably the fact that it loo... »

How would you spend the $1.6bn Powerball win on cars?

A world record $1.6 BILLION was up for grabs in the US PowerBall Lottery this week, and apparently there are three tickets that have matched the winning numbers. People were so attracted to the massiv... »

Nine things we learned about the new Porsche 911

This week, we got behind the wheel of many new Porsche 911s. They were all turbos, but in Porsche world, there are turbos, and there are Turbos. You can read our first drive of the new turbo Porsche 9... »

How to buy an old BMW M-Car

BMW’s Motorsport or ‘M-Power’ division has long been a staple of the top ten most desirable on any self-respecting petrolhead’s dream list. Why? Because its machines tend to be brilliantly engineered,... »

These 11 amazing cars are for sale. Pick a favourite

Auctions can be scary places if you don’t know what you’re doing. Incomprehensible auctioneers rapping speedy hammer prices, reacting to bidders that are hard to see. Lord knows how they do it. But au... »

Driven: VW's Golf GTI Clubsport on track

You can feel the aero working, yes?!” Shouts the race instructor as we fling ourselves around the final right-hander of Portugal’s sinuous Portimão Circuit. Honestly? No. I can’t feel the aero working... »

Gallery: some of the greatest BMWs ever built

This year, Bayerische Motoren Werke AG (Bavarian Motor Works), celebrates its centenary. That’s 100 years of abbreviation. One hundred years of producing both motorcycles and cars from its headquarter... »

The Ariel Nomad, Top Gear's Freak of the Year

Everything is pain. And what isn’t burning with the blunt shear of broken nerves has gone worryingly numb. Fingers have long since ceased to function with any kind of useful dexterity, and I’m pressin... »

Why the Volvo XC90 is the most Zen car on sale

This is not traffic; this is war. A conflict where there are no sides, no Geneva Convention, no rules and no mercy. It’s every car, van, scooter, lorry and pedestrian for themselves, fought on a battl... »

Twin test: Bentley Bentayga vs Range Rover SVA

If you walk, a bicycle is luxurious. If you cycle in the rain with cramping calves, a bus becomes an affluent lifeboat, even if you do have to share the top deck with a man who smells of boiled cabbag... »

Across the desert in the Plasan SandCat

The answer to the future of everything lies in the middle of an Israeli desert some way south-east of Gaza and very south of Tel Aviv, in a naked scorch of badlands that might be a spur of the Negev, ... »

Burnouts, drifts and handbrakes: which are most fun?

Skydiving or crochet? A gentle ramble across the Yorkshire Dales or a masochistic 20-mile obstacle course filled with the dubious promise of mud in your unmentionables? Bridge club or superclub? It’s ... »

Speed Week 2016: the final five

Consensus – when dealing with a stroppy group of Top Gear men-children and an eye-wateringly shiny toybox of the best fast cars on the planet – is understandably fairly hard to come by.  But without s... »

Cars on film: inside the world of Cinema Vehicles

Trivia fans, a question: What links Anchorman, Captain America, Wayne’s World, Twilight, The Hunger Games, Jason Bourne, Transformers and… Alvin and the Chipmunks? No? Well, before you start trawling ... »

Hunting meteors in a Rolls-Royce Phantom

The sky is on fire. Well, maybe not ‘on fire’ as such. More sort of smouldering. A bit more conscious than usual. Dammit, so I’ve fallen for a slinky little chunk of hyperbole: it would be more accura... »

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