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The Jaguar XKR-S Convertible is a little bit unhinged. But in a good way, of course. Andy Enright reports.
The 186mph Jaguar XKR-S shows what happens when Jaguar take the gloves off. Andy Enright reports.
For too long, British sports coupes came with a list of caveats as long as your arm. Here's one that needs no excuses - Jaguar's XKR. By Andy Enright
Jaguar's F-TYPE has hit all the right numbers as a convertible. Now there's a coupe that might well make an even bigger impact. Andy Enright reports.
Jaguar's F-TYPE sports car has a lot riding on it but the company looks extremely confident. Jonathan Crouch drives the most affordable 3.0-litre V6 version.
Jaguar's F-TYPE is the sports car that fans of the brand have been waiting for since the Seventies. Jonathan Crouch drives it.
Hyundai's Veloster packs a lot more of a punch in turbocharged form but you'll still be talking about its innovative door arrangement. Jonathan Crouch checks out what's on offer
Hyundai's Veloster is either a novel and interesting take on the coupe theme or a stylistic gimmick that offers little practical advantage. Andy Enright sits in judgment.
Ford's Focus ST is now a better real-world hot hatch. Jonathan Crouch drives it
The Ford Fiesta ST has always been a car for those who value handling finesse over Top Trumps power figures. Andy Enright has an early look at the latest generation model in top ST2 form.