Ford Fiesta ST review – refreshed and ready to take on the Hyundai i20 N

The new seventh-gen Ford Fiesta ST was launched back in 2017 to a difficult debut. It needed to live up to its (still) brilliant predecessor, with its key rival at the time, Peugeot’s 208 GTi by Peugeot Sport, at full strength and a new three-cylinder engine that had yet to be proven as part of … Read more

Cadillac CT5-V Blackwing 2022 review – Detroit takes on the BMW M5 Competition

Don’t think. Just answer. Greatest supersaloon ever? You pictured an E39 generation M5, didn’t you? I know this not because of my Derren Brown-style mind reading abilities, but because BMW’s V8-powered M5 just seems to have The Right Stuff. Not too big or heavy, not too complex or highly strung, thumping soundtrack, sinister yet understated … Read more

Mazda CX-60 2022 review | evo

I’d like you to ignore the plug-in hybrid SUV bit of the CX-60 for a second and consider instead that this new and otherwise fairly uninteresting Mazda isn’t just any new model, but representative of a whole new era for the quirky Japanese brand. Granted, we’d prefer it if that was something a little less … Read more

Used Porsche 718 Boxster (2016 to date) review and buyer’s guide

For 25 years the Porsche Boxster has been at the head of its class, the machine by which all others are judged, and in fourth-generation 718 guise this remains the case… with one caveat. Every generation of Boxster before the 718’s debut had featured a characterful and punchy Porsche flat-six, but for the 718 Porsche … Read more

Moto Technique Ferrari 388 GTBi review – Ferrari 308 restomod driven

As I settle into the heavily reclined, Daytona-style leather seat – so low it feels like it’s barely an inch above road height – the rainwater drips off my jacket collar and trickles down my neck. My trainers are already like giant, clogged sponges, and water is spraying inwards from the slender side glass that’s … Read more

Hennessey Mammoth 1000 TRX 2022 review

This is the Hennessey Mammoth 1000 TRX. ‘Mammoth’ because, well, it’s a big hairy beast, ‘1000’ because it has 1000bhp and near-as-dammit 1000lb ft of torque, and ‘TRX’ (T-Rex, geddit?) because it’s based on Dodge’s hottest Hellcat -powered Ram TRX 1500 pickup. As an evo Reader, you’ll know the Hennessey name from more than three … Read more