Autocar is the world’s oldest surviving car magazine, having been founded in 1895, and is famous for inventing the road test in 1924, setting the template for all road test verdicts that stands to this day.
It is written by car enthusiasts for car enthusiasts, and is world famous for its expertise and insight around breaking exclusive news on new car models, interrogating the most senior car industry executives, delivering must-read verdicts on new cars, its entertaining and brilliantly photographed features section and for its in-depth used car news and reviews.
From the world’s cheapest cars to the most expensive, from superminis to supercars, Autocar’s writers seek out what matters and tell the readers why it matters, revelling in their subject matter and presenting it in the most informative and visual way possible.
You won’t want to miss out on this week’s Autocar magazine, which features the latest details on the rebirth of TVR, including expected performance figures, prices and what we think it’ll look like.
We also put the new Bentley Bentayga up against the reigning king of luxury SUVs: Land Rover’s mighty Range Rover.
There’s a new super-saloon in town, in the stylish shape of the Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio, and it’s challenging the BMW M3, Audi RS4 and Mercedes-AMG C 63. We drive it for the first time in Italy.
Our road testers have had a bumper SUV session this week; we’ve got a drive of the Audi SQ7.
Continuing the fast SUV theme is our full road test of the Jaguar F-Pace 2.0d R-Sport.
We’ve also been behind the wheel of the Ford Edge, which aims to take on premium mid-size SUVs such as the BMW X3 and Audi Q5.
Our long-term test cars:
Meet the newest member of the long-term test team, the Subaru Levorg, join us for a B-road blast in the Jaguar XE, and the Mazda CX-3 has a slow puncture repaired at last.
James Ruppert takes us into the murky waters of the classic car market, while our used buying guide brings fast fun for the price of a new Fiesta.