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It tells you something about the personality of a car when the children like it so much that they give it a name.
By my reckoning, there are at least 97 buttons, switches and dials within easy fiddling distance of the driver’s seat of the new Porsche Panamera.
The Peugeot 3008 sounds, on paper, as though it were designed by a committee of marketing boffins and salesmen.
My earliest memories of the cars bearing the Saab badge was of the one fitted to the stylish blue coupé owned by a friend of my dad’s.
If you know anything about the HiQ MSA British Touring Car Championship, you’ll know that Team VXR driver Matt Neal has been doing pretty well.
There's nothing very subtle about the television commercial for the new Volkswagen Golf, which is probably why it has attracted hundreds of complaints from viewers.
The future we’ve all been dreaming of has finally arrived – and I’m driving it past the famous spires of Oxford University’s historic faculties.
I can live without electronic parking brakes (what’s wrong with a good old fashioned handbrake?) and the steering wheel should be a little smaller if this wants to be a proper sporty car.
If any car symbolised the conspicuous spending power of fashionable City boys and their blonde WAGs during the most inflated days of the property bubble, then it was the Mercedes ML.
Wasn't driving over Christmas bliss? Miles of unclogged roads as people stayed at home guzzling mince pies and mulled wine rather than petrol.