In this week’s Autocar, we reveal Jaguar Land Rover’s major plans to refresh its entire range between now and 2025, as it bids to mount an even bigger charge on the fast-growing global SUV market.
Plus, we pit Renault Sport’s new hot Mégane against the hot hatch of the moment, the Honda Civic Type R, to see if Dieppe’s engineers have dethroned our long-standing champion.
There’s also more technical specifications on McLaren’s uber-focused 600LT, inside info on the importance of Volkswagen R’s division and a day out to an EV charging station…
Also in this issue
Volkswagen’s T-Cross is not due on roads until spring 2019, but we’ve had a go in a prototype to give you some early impressions of this Polo-based SUV.
There are drives in the Jeep Wrangler Rubicon, Mercedes-AMG GT C Coupé and Hyundai Santa Fe, plus the Audi A7 Sportback is subjected to a full Autocar road test.
McLaren also reveals how it has built a successful road car company so quickly, and we speak to racing legend Kenny Bräck, who is the Woking brand’s new chief test driver.
It’s been a year since we welcomed our Skoda Kodiaq onto the fleet. Will it be missed?
Our BMW M5 crosses the Channel and heads to Le Mans, where its continental cruising ability will be put to the test.
It might be our pick of the hot hatches, but not everyone’s convinced by the Honda Civic Type R. Will a two-day stint behind the wheel change the opinion of its last doubter?
Our used car expert has advice for those putting their car up for its first MOT.
Plus, we’ve been drooling over used Jaguar XJRs, which can be had for less than £5k.
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