The Corvette is back in awe-inspiring Stingray guise. Andy Enright reports on an American car claiming cornering prowess to match the best of its European rivals. Which would make this a very unusual US supercar indeed.
Generations of Cadillacs have landed on these shores, their appeal lost in the translation. Can the STS get the core message across? Andy Enright reports
Cadillac has never been a brand that has been a good fit with UK customers. Can the third generation CTS, a BMW 5 Series-sized executive saloon, change that? Andy Enright reports.
Can BMW's M6 Coupe deliver on those 'Ultimate Driving Machine' advertising straplines? Andy Enright reports.
The BMW M5 has to move with the times but don't ever think it's succumbed to middle age spread. Andy Enright reports.
BMW's improved 6 Series Gran Coupe four-door is very desirable. Andy Enright reports on the 640d diesel variant.
BMW's 6 Series Convertible now features sleeker styling and a more focused agenda. Jonathan Crouch finds out why the super-efficient 640d is the pick of the range.
BMW's 6 Series Convertible is back with more efficient engines and sleeker styling. Andy Enright wonders if the 6-cylinder petrol 640i might be the pick of the range.
Driving the oh, so smooth BMW 7 Series is simply heaven on earth, June Neary decides this week
Believe it or not, this is the latest sixth generation BMW 7 Series. While evolution may be the name of the game on the outside, there's revolution afoot beneath the skin. Boasting greater efficiency and even more luxury than before, can it finally topple Mercedes' S-Class? The experts at Car & Driving check it out.
BMW's 6 Series Convertible gets an across the board refresh. Andy Enright likes the cut of Munich's jib.
BMW's 6 Series Coupe gets a few welcome updates to stay right on the pace. Andy Enright reports.
BMW's 6 Series makes elegant sense in improved four-door Gran Coupe form. Jonathan Crouch tries it
The starting point in BMW's 5 Series line-up is the 518d, a variant that now gets clever TwinPower Turbo technology to boost its four cylinder 2.0-litre diesel engine to 150bhp. The result certainly works well on the balance sheet but there's a lot more to it than that, as Andy Enright reports.