Matt Robinson

Matt Robinson

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A spark of something different from Lexus

A spark of something different from Lexus

The premium brand revises two of its biggest-selling hybrids, the CT hatchback and NX SUV

Breaking new ground for Mercedes

Breaking new ground for Mercedes

German maker weighs into the one-tonne pick-up arena for the first time in its history with the new X-Class

New BMW X3 has a proven track record

New BMW X3 has a proven track record

After 14 years on the road, the SUV is evolving into its third generation for 2018 and beyond, writes Matt Robinson

BMW’s unusual proposition

BMW’s unusual proposition

With no obvious direct rivals, the idiosyncratic BMW 6 Series Gran Turismo is a modern car that has a true USP

Hyundai changes the hot hatch game with i30 N

Hyundai changes the hot hatch game with i30 N

Hyundai comes out of nowhere with its first-ever proper hot hatchback, writes Matt Robinson

Future shock from Škoda

Future shock from Škoda

Škoda is planning an array of electric vehicles between now and 2025, with its Vision E forming the vanguard in 2020, writes Matt Robinson

Audi’s gateway to proper power

Audi’s gateway to proper power

The Audi RS 3 is the entry point to the world of ownership of Audi’s fastest, most desirable cars, writes Matt Robinson

BMW walks on the mild side with its updated 2 Series models

BMW walks on the mild side with its updated 2 Series models

BMW has treated its sportier 2 Series models to a discreet midlife facelift. Not much has changed, but with this compact BMW, not much needed to, writes Matt Robinson

Mass market appeal for new Ford

Mass market appeal for new Ford

The big-selling Ford Fiesta has evolved into its seventh generation and it’s moving upmarket in a bid to take on the Volkswagen Polo in the quality stakes, writes Matt Robinson

Honda’s Civic Type R grows up

Honda’s Civic Type R grows up

If you can get past the Honda Civic Type R’s arresting exterior appearance, it’s one of the most enjoyable hot hatchbacks money can buy, writes Matt Robinson

BMW dials M for more choice

BMW dials M for more choice

One M version of a BMW is usually enough, but this new CS variant is the fourth M4 in just three years, writes Matt Robinson

Audi navigates risky business

Audi navigates risky business

Audi has this time around focused on petrol power for a sporty version of its Q5 SUV, the new SQ5 TFSI, writes Matt Robinson

A solid investment by Mini

A solid investment by Mini

Get hold of the limited edition Mini John Cooper Works Challenge and you could be onto an investment winner, although there are compromises, writes Matt Robinson

Mercedes GLA’s conservative tweaks

Mercedes GLA’s conservative tweaks

Mercedes has tinkered with its smallest SUV, the GLA, but it hasn’t really done anything significant to improve the car’s appeal

Škoda’s honourable Scout

Škoda’s honourable Scout

Škoda’s facelifted Octavia culminates in a mildly improved Scout lifestyle model