The Audi A6 goes from strength to strength with the latest round of revisions. Can it make a bid for the crown in the executive car class? Andy Enright reports.
Bentley's Mulsanne Speed is the custodian of the company's purest bloodline. Andy Enright reports.
The Mulsanne is the best super luxury saloon Bentley knows how to build. Jonathan Crouch wonders if it might be the best of them all
Bentley's latest Flying Spur saloon diverges from its Continental origins. Andy Enright explains.
Arguably the world's most luxurious soft top has been updated to match its second generation Continental GT coupe stablemate, with smarter clothes and a choice of engines, most notably a more efficient Audi-sourced 500bhp V8. Jonathan Crouch feels the quality - and the width.
Bentley's Continental GTC is one of the world's most desirable luxury convertibles - and has been much improved. Jonathan Crouch drives it
Hand-crafted by the Bentley Motor Company in Crewe, the improved Continental GT is a three-door sporting Grand Tourer that's even more desirable than ever. Jonathan Crouch reports at the wheel of the top W12 model.
Hot on the heels of Bentley's updated Continental GT comes the option of twin-turbo V8 power with the promise of fuel consumption and CO2 reduced by 40 per cent. Jonathan Crouch reports.
The Continental GT Speed is the quickest production Bentley to date. Believe it or not, it's strong value for money as well. Andy Enright explains.
The Continental GT marked a massive shift in focus for Bentley and did more than a little to shake up the whole of the luxury coupe sector. Now it's been improved. Jonathan Crouch reports.
In Speed form, Bentley's Continental Flying Spur has pace and panache to burn. Steve Walker reports.
Bentley has traditionally done a nice line in convertibles and the Azure T is the current state of the art. Steve Walker reports.
Audi's biggest and beefiest is back and it's better than ever. Andy Enright reports on the improved S8.
Ten years ago a premium car with a powerful engine and a hatchback would never have sold. The market has come around to cars like Audi's awesome S7 Sportback, as Andy Enright reports.
Has Audi been the first to blink? Its latest S6 is the first supersaloon to offer less power than its predecessor. Andy Enright reckons such a move is well overdue.
Audi's fourth generation S4 sports saloon is a mature and sophisticated executive offering. And quick enough for most. Jonathan Crouch reports
Audi has built quite a bloodline of crushingly fast estate cars but the RS6 sits right at the very pinnacle. BMW and Mercedes offered some seriously rapid executive cars in the shape of their M5 and E63 AMG, but Audi pulled the rug from beneath them when it unleashed the second generation RS6, powered by a version of the V10 engine found in a Lamborghini Gallardo. By any measure it's an exceptional vehicle and second time round was offered in both saloon and estate guises.
Audi's RS6 has long been the go to choice if you needed a dementedly rapid big estate. The competition's become a lot hotter since the old V10 model was deleted. Can the latest V8 model cut it? Andy Enright reports