Matt Robinson

Matt Robinson

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Open-topped Porsche finally comes of age

Open-topped Porsche finally comes of age

The 911 Cabriolet has always been seen as a poser’s car – but the new one is a deeply talented machine, writes Matt Robinson

Porsche’s latest performs to a T

Porsche’s latest performs to a T

Any fears that the T badge might have died a death with the 991’s demise at the end of 2018 can be allayed by two new models in the Porsche catalogue, called the 718 Boxster T and the 718 Cayman T

New Corolla consigns its ‘boring’ image to history

New Corolla consigns its ‘boring’ image to history

The latest Toyota Corolla represents a sea-change in attitude from the Japanese manufacturer – but is it any good? Matt Robinson investigates

Ford offers Focus buyers an Active option

Ford offers Focus buyers an Active option

If you like the looks of an SUV but not the concept, then perhaps Ford’s superb Focus Active crossover is the answer, writes Matt Robinson

Nissan is revving up a revamped Micra

Nissan is revving up a revamped Micra

Will a raft of technological updates for the 2019 Nissan Micra be enough to propel it higher up the B-segment marketplace? Matt Robinson reports

Mercedes’s high-powered customer retention strategy

Mercedes’s high-powered customer retention strategy

In order to keep its buyers ‘in-house’, Mercedes has cooked up a stunning rival to the hitherto unchallenged Porsche Panamera: the GT four-door, writes Matt Robinson

Not quite at the cutting Edge

Not quite at the cutting Edge

Ford’s facelifted Edge is impressively spacious but it doesn’t do anything brilliantly enough to challenge the premium SUV market leaders, writes Matt Robinson

More than just a speed machine: McLaren invents the ‘hyper-GT’

More than just a speed machine: McLaren invents the ‘hyper-GT’

Three seats, 403km/h top speed and 0-300km/h in 12.8 seconds – all for €3 million. Welcome to the rarefied world of the McLaren Speedtail.

New Rolls-Royce SUV is effortless everywhere

New Rolls-Royce SUV is effortless everywhere

Rolls-Royce ventures into new territory with its opulent Cullinan SUV. But does it feel like a ‘true’ Rolls? Emphatically yes, says Matt Robinson

Cubist-esque Suzuki Jimny boxing clever

Cubist-esque Suzuki Jimny boxing clever

The fourth-generation Suzuki Jimny most definitely isn’t a crossover or an SUV. And it’s all the better for it

The iNext generation from BMW

The iNext generation from BMW

BMW’s electric SUV, coming in 2021, previews a world of high-tech controls and autonomous, zero-emissions driving

A legendary name is updated

A legendary name is updated

The Jeep Cherokee could be argued to have started the SUV trend in 1984, but does it feel outclassed in 2018?

Skoda Fabia keeps it real

Skoda Fabia keeps it real

Minor tweaks suffice for 2019 model of the sensible supermini

Survival of the fittest: The super saloons

Survival of the fittest: The super saloons

Has BMW really improved the M5 with the faster and even more driver-focused Competition version? Matt Robinson investigates

Hyundai puts more beauty in the beast

Hyundai puts more beauty in the beast

The new Santa Fe courts the premium market, offering exceptional quality to match its show-car looks