The long-awaited new Honda NSX is here in Britain at last. How does it square up to the current supercar champ, Audi’s R8?
Can be driven by either the chauffeur or the owner.
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The new R8 V10 remains a mighty beast, a practical supercar with one of the really great powerplants
Three premium junior exec wagons from Germany, made by companies which seems to watch each other obsessively
Two-door style machines don’t tend to be associated with high mpg figures - here’s half a dozen that buck that trend
When it launched, the RX 450h was revolutionary in combining a small petrol unit with electric motors
Inside it’s the usual luscious cabin and the word ‘economy’ is certainly not on your lips
A modern Jaguar is the match of anything engineered or built in Germany, says Sean O'Grady
Once you've overcome starting the naturally aspirated R8, it's normal to drive around town. But this didn't stop the new Top Gear star retching (if the tabloids are to be believed) after being driven around in one earlier this week
The problem for the 2008, as it is for most Peugeots, is that it has nothing to give it an edge, says Sean O'Grady
From Nelson's Column to the gear stick, the skyscraper to the trophy, the phallus is everywhere, especially in the automotive world. Not in the new Audi A4, though.